stream

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Pronunciation[change]

Noun[change]

Singular
stream

Plural
streams

A stream
  1. A very small river or creek.
  2. Something that comes in an order without stopping (like water in a stream). For example, a data stream in a computer program.
    Stop interrupting me, you are breaking my stream of thought.


Verb[change]

Plain form
stream

Third-person singular
streams

Past tense
streamed

Past participle
streamed

Present participle
streaming

  1. If something streams, it comes in a flow, usually in order and often not stopping.
    The website offered streaming music and video files.