|stream of air||air curtain|
|A constant stream of identical cash flows without end, such as a British consol.||Perpetuity|
|abounding in streams, full of streams; resembling a stream; streaming, flowing, having many streams||streamy|
|act of cutting off; part that branches off from another (as in a road or stream); cutoff switch (Electricity); point or time beyond which something is no longer effective or usable, break in music, electrical threshold, end of supply, limit, new river ...||cutoff|
|act of flowing in thin stream, flow slowly in a thin stream, move slowly or gradually, thin slow flow, slow movement, to flow in a thin gentle stream; flow by dripping; move slowly||trickle|
|act of shuffling cards; part of a stream with a strong swift current, rapid, become choppy, flick through pages, grooved part of sluice, quick look at book, rough water, shuffle cards, shuffle cards; leaf through, thumb through; turn pages quickly, sub...||riffle|
|act of squirting; thin stream of liquid, spurt, force something out from a narrow opening, instrument for squirting liquid, offensive term, shoot out in a thin stream (of liquid); cause to shoot out in a thin stream (of liquid), squirt liquid over some...||squirt|
|adding impurities using stream of ions||ion implantation|
|administer a douche; use a douche, be given a douche, clean body with water jet, cleaning body by squirting water, equipment producing cleansing water jet, stream of water used to cleanse various parts of the body (for medical or hygienic purposes)||douche|
|against the current, against tradition, in an early stage, in opposite direction to transcription, in the higher part of a stream, closer to the source of the stream, nearer the source, see also:downstream, toward or in the higher part of a stream; aga...||upstream|
|air and water from blowhole, chute for discharge of solid substance, discharge air from blowhole, discharge liquid in a stream, gush, spurt, flow; recite pompously, give a speech; talk excitedly, stream of liquid, talk at great length, tube for pouring...||spout|
|aircraft, black mineral, flow forcefully in thin stream, hole through which fluid is forced, jet black, jet engine, pressurized stream of fluid, stream of liquid or gas forced out of an opening; spout; jet plane, aircraft powered by jet propulsion; bla...||jet|
|anastomic branch (stream which branches off of a river), stream rejoining river||anabranch|
|arrival in large numbers, flowing in; inflow, inward flow; place where a stream flows into another body of water||influx|
|attack by bombs or artillery, constant stream of something, shelling, gunfire; bombing||bombardment|
|bear, suffer, tolerate, small stream, rivulet, tolerate something||brook|
|become turbulent, break in airflow, gentle sound, gurgle, make a bubbling sound; speak quickly and excitedly, make bubbling sound, speak excitedly, stream of talk||burble|
|boat propelled by stream of water||jet boat|
|bottom of a stream; area through which a stream runs, channel of stream||streambed|
|boundary, bourne, burn, small stream, brook (Scottish, English); limit, boundary; goal (Archaic)||bourn|
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