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stream / arroyo
 
stream   [stri:m]
A. -noun
1. (=brook)   arroyo (m),   riachuelo (m)
2. (=current)   corriente (f)
·to go [with]/[against] the stream
(literally, figurative)   ir con/contra la corriente
3. (=jet, gush)
a. [of liquid]   chorro (m)
b. [of light]   raudal (m)
c. [of air]   chorro (m),   corriente (f)
d. [of lava]   río (m)
e. [of insults, abuse]   sarta (f)
f. [of letters, questions, complaints]   lluvia (f)
·a thin stream of water
·un chorrito de agua
·she exhaled a thin stream of smoke
·lanzó or exhaló un chorrillo de humo
·a steady stream of cars
·un flujo constante or ininterrumpido de coches
·people were coming out of the cinema in a steady stream
·había una continua hilera de gente que iba saliendo del cine
·we had a constant stream of visitors
·recibíamos visitas continuamente or sin parar
·he let out a stream of insults
·soltó una sarta de insultos
·stream of [consciousness]
monólogo (m) interior
4. (British, Great Britain)   (school)   grupo de alumnos de la misma edad y aptitud académica
·the top/middle/bottom stream
·la clase de nivel superior/medio/inferior
5. (industry)
·to be [on]/[off] stream
[machinery, production line]   estar/no estar en funcionamiento
[oil well]   estar/no estar en producciónoun
·to [come] on stream
[machinery, production line]   entrar en funcionamiento
[oil well]   entrar en producciónoun
B. -intransitive verb
1. (=pour)
1.1. (literally)
·tears were streaming [down] her face
·le corrían las lágrimas por la cara
·rain streamed down the windows
·la lluvia chorreaba por las ventanas
·blood streamed [from] a cut on his knee
·le chorreaba sangre de un corte en la rodilla
·water streamed from a cracked pipe
·salía agua a chorros de una cañería rota
·his head was streaming [with] blood
·la cabeza le chorreaba sangre
1.2. (figurative)
·people streamed [into] the hall
·la gente entró en tropel a la sala
·bright sunlight streamed [in through] the window/into the room
·la fuerte luz del sol entraba a raudales por la ventana/en la habitaciónoun
·people came streaming [out]
·la gente salía en tropel
·as holiday traffic streams out of the cities ...
·a medida que las caravanas de las vacaciones van saliendo de las ciudades ...
·the cars kept streaming [past]
·los coches pasaban ininterrumpidamente or sin parar
2. (=water, run)
·her eyes were streaming
·le lloraban los ojos
·my nose was streaming
·me moqueaba la nariz
3. (=flutter)
[flag, hair, scarf]   ondear
·flags streamed in the wind
·las banderas ondeaban al viento
C. -transitive verb
1. ·his face streamed blood
·la sangre le corría or chorreaba por la cara
2. (British, Great Britain)   (school)
[+pupils]   agrupar,   clasificar segúnoun su aptitud académica
 
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