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Pronunciation of Streamlets: Learn how to pronounce Streamlets in English correctly

Learn how to say Streamlets correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word stream:

1a small, narrow river:
a perfect trout stream
2a continuous flow of liquid, air, or gas:
Frank blew out a stream of smoke
the blood gushed out in scarlet streams
a mass of people or things moving continuously in the same direction:
there is a steady stream of visitors
a large number of things that happen or come one after the other:
a woman screamed a stream of abuse
3 Computing a continuous flow of data or instructions, typically one having a constant or predictable rate.
a continuous flow of video and audio material relayed over the Internet.
4British a group in which schoolchildren of the same age and ability are taught:
children in the top streams
1 [no object, with adverbial of direction] (of liquid, air, gas, etc.) run or flow in a continuous current in a specified direction:
she sat with tears streaming down her face
sunlight streamed through the windows
(of a mass of people or things) move in a continuous flow in a specified direction:
he was watching the taxis streaming past
[no object] run with tears, sweat, or other liquid:
my eyes were streaming
I woke up in the night, streaming with sweat
[with object]:
his mouth was streaming blood
[no object] (of hair, clothing, etc.) float or wave at full extent in the wind:
her black cloak streamed behind her
2 [with object] (often as noun streaming) Computing relay (data, especially video and audio material) over the Internet as a steady, continuous flow.
3 [with object] British put (schoolchildren) in groups of the same age and ability to be taught together:
(as noun streaming)
streaming within comprehensive schools is common practice

against (or with) the stream

against (or with) the prevailing view or tendency:
a world in which the demand for quality does not run against the stream
on stream

in or into operation or existence; available:
more jobs are coming on stream



Old English strÄ“am (noun), of Germanic origin; related to Dutch stroom, German Strom, from an Indo-European root shared by Greek rhein ‘to flow’