streamer

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 [ˈstriːmər]



WordReference Random House Learner's Dictionary of American English © 2019
stream•er /ˈstrimɚ/USA pronunciation   n. [countable]
  1. something that streams:streamers of flame.
  2. a long, narrow flag;
    a pennant.
  3. any long narrow piece or thing, as a paper ribbon:The room was decorated with streamers.

WordReference Random House Unabridged Dictionary of American English © 2019
stream•er  (strēmər),USA pronunciation n. 
  1. something that streams:streamers of flame.
  2. a long, narrow flag or pennant.
  3. Clothinga long, flowing ribbon, feather, or the like used for ornament, as in dress.
  4. any long, narrow piece or thing, as a spray of a plant or a strip of cloud.
  5. a stream of light, esp. one appearing in some forms of the aurora borealis.
  6. Electricityan electric discharge in a narrow stream from a point of high potential on a charged body.
  7. Astronomya long extension of the solar corona, several solar radii long.
  8. Journalismbanner (def. 7).
  9. Aeronauticsa parachute that comes out of its packing in a long stream but does not expand.
  • Middle English stremer. See stream, -er1 1250–1300


Collins Concise English Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers::

streamer /ˈstriːmə/ n
  1. a long narrow flag or part of a flag
  2. a long narrow coiled ribbon of coloured paper that becomes unrolled when tossed
  3. a stream of light, esp one appearing in some forms of the aurora
  4. a large heavy headline printed across the width of a page of a newspaper
  5. another word for tape streamer



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