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stream·er

 (strē′mər)
n.
1.
a. A long narrow flag, banner, or pennant.
b. A long narrow strip of material used for ornament or decoration.
2. A fishing fly that imitates a baitfish.
3. A column of light shooting across the sky in the aurora borealis.
4. An extension of rays from the sun's corona.
5. A newspaper headline that runs across a full page.

streamer

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

stream•er

(ˈstri mər)

n.
1. something that streams: streamers of flame.
2. a long, narrow flag; pennant.
3. any long narrow piece or thing, as a paper ribbon, a spray of a plant, or a strip of cloud.
4. a stream of light, as in some forms of the aurora borealis.
5. a long extension of the solar corona.
[1250–1300]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.streamer - light that streams; "streamers of flames"
aurora - an atmospheric phenomenon consisting of bands of light caused by charged solar particles following the earth's magnetic lines of force
light, visible light, visible radiation - (physics) electromagnetic radiation that can produce a visual sensation; "the light was filtered through a soft glass window"
2.streamer - a newspaper headline that runs across the full pagestreamer - a newspaper headline that runs across the full page
headline, newspaper headline - the heading or caption of a newspaper article
3.streamer - a long flagstreamer - a long flag; often tapering    
flag - emblem usually consisting of a rectangular piece of cloth of distinctive design
pennoncel, pennoncelle, penoncel - a small pennant borne on a lance
4.streamer - long strip of cloth or paper used for decoration or advertisingstreamer - long strip of cloth or paper used for decoration or advertising
flag - emblem usually consisting of a rectangular piece of cloth of distinctive design

streamer

noun banner, flag, pennant, standard, colours, ribbon, ensign, pennon a red streamer with white lettering

streamer

noun
Fabric used especially as a symbol:
Translations
قُصاصَه طَويلَه
stuhatransparent
papírszalagreklámzászló
ræma
flândragrapon kâğıdıserpantin

streamer

[ˈstriːməʳ] N
1. [of paper, at parties etc] → serpentina f
2. (Naut) → gallardete m

streamer

[ˈstriːmər] nserpentin m, banderole fstream feed n (on photocopier, printer)alimentation f en continu

streamer

n
(= flag)Banner nt; (made of paper) → Papier- or Luftschlange f; (made of cloth, as decoration) → Band nt; streamer of smokeRauchfahne f; streamer headline (US) → Balkenüberschrift f
(also data streamer: for data storage) → Streamer m, → Streamer-Tape nt

streamer

[ˈstriːməʳ] n (of paper, at parties) → stella filante

stream

(striːm) noun
1. a small river or brook. He managed to jump across the stream.
2. a flow of eg water, air etc. A stream of water was pouring down the gutter; A stream of people was coming out of the cinema; He got into the wrong stream of traffic and uttered a stream of curses.
3. the current of a river etc. He was swimming against the stream.
4. in schools, one of the classes into which children of the same age are divided according to ability.
verb
1. to flow. Tears streamed down her face; Workers streamed out of the factory gates; Her hair streamed out in the wind.
2. to divide schoolchildren into classes according to ability. Many people disapprove of streaming (children) in schools.
ˈstreamer noun
a long narrow banner, or narrow paper ribbon. The aeroplane dragged a streamer that read `Come to the Festival'; The classroom was decorated with balloons and streamers.
ˈstreamlined adjective
1. (of a plane, car, ship etc) shaped so as to move faster and more efficiently. the newest, most streamlined aircraft.
2. efficient and economical. streamlined business methods.
References in classic literature ?
Out in the garden stood a stately snow maiden, crowned with holly, bearing a basket of fruit and flowers in one hand, a great roll of music in the other, a perfect rainbow of an Afghan round her chilly shoulders, and a Christmas carol issuing from her lips on a pink paper streamer.
But the Milky Way, it seemed to me, was still the same tattered streamer of star-dust as of yore.
The night was warm and I was thirsty, and I went stretching my legs clumsily and feeling my way in the dark- ness, to the little table where the siphon stood, while Ogilvy exclaimed at the streamer of gas that came out towards us.
The next morn broke off the coast of Aleria; all day they coasted, and in the evening saw fires lighted on land; the position of these was no doubt a signal for landing, for a ship's lantern was hung up at the mast-head instead of the streamer, and they came to within a gunshot of the shore.
I found her to be high and mighty, chiefly, I think, because she now wore a nurse's cap with streamers, of which the little creature was ludicrously proud.
The three men at her mast-head wore long streamers of narrow red bunting at their hats; from the stern, a whale-boat was suspended, bottom down; and hanging captive from the bowsprit was seen the long lower jaw of the last whale they had slain.
They saw the galleys along the beach, which, lowering their awnings, displayed themselves decked with streamers and pennons that trembled in the breeze and kissed and swept the water, while on board the bugles, trumpets, and clarions were sounding and filling the air far and near with melodious warlike notes.
Putting on the new suit of blue flannel, prettily trimmed with white, and the little sailor-hat with long streamers, diverted her mind from the approaching trial, till a shrill whistle reminded her that her uncle was waiting.
He is tired of playing with circular gales, and blowing great guns, and unrolling thick streamers of fog in wanton sport at the cost of his own poor, miserable subjects.
The lightning, darting and flashing through the blackness, showed wildly waving branches, whipping streamers and bending trunks.
And at that moment, though the day was still, a light gust of wind blowing over the army slightly stirred the streamers on the lances and the unfolded standards fluttered against their staffs.
Long streamers of garments fluttered from fire-escapes.