[+smoke, air, liquid] flot m
[+people, vehicles] flot m
→ there was a stream of traffic behind him
[+letters, jokes, complaints, visitors] flot m
→ a never-ending stream of jokes
→ He sat dumb for several minutes while the stream of insults continued.
(British, SCHOOL) niveau m
→ ... pupils who ended up in the B streams and C streams.
to be on stream
[new power plant, computer system] être en service
to come on stream
[new power plant, computer system] être mis en service
[+pupils, classes] répartir par niveau
→ ... streamed and mixed ability classes.
[tears, rain, water] ruisseler
→ She stood in the doorway, tears streaming down her face.
[eyes, nose] couler
→ her eyes were streaming from the wind
→ a cold usually starts with a streaming nose
[people, vehicles] to stream in affluer → More people streamed in than expected. → an orchestra played in the hallway as mourners streamed in, to stream out se déverser au dehors → The doors opened and the audience began to stream out. to stream past filer à toute allure
the Gulf Stream le Gulf Stream
n rentrées fpl régulières
→ Their assets are properties and they have an income stream from rental.
n source f de revenus
n (on photocopier, printer)
alimentation f en continu