to flow quickly and in great amounts [= pour]
pour[intransitive always + adverb/preposition]
stream out/from/onto etc
Water came streaming out of the burst pipe.
Tears streamed down her cheeks.
to move in a continuous flow in the same direction
flow[intransitive always + adverb/preposition]
stream out/across/past etc
People streamed past us on all sides.
to produce a continuous flow of liquid
give out liquid[intransitive and transitive]
When I got up, my face was streaming with blood.
streaming cold British English (=an illness in which a lot of liquid comes out of your nose)
if light streams somewhere, it shines through an opening into a place or onto a surface [= flood]
light[intransitive always + adverb/preposition]
stream in/through/from etc
The first rays of morning sunlight streamed through the open doorway.
to move freely in a current of wind or water
move freely[intransitive always + adverb/preposition, usually in progressive]
stream in/out/behind etc
Elise ran, her hair streaming out behind her.
if you stream sound or video, you play it on your computer while it is being downloaded from the Internet, rather than saving it as a file and then playing it
to put school children in groups according to their ability [= track American English]
school[transitive] British EnglishSES
—streaming noun [uncountable]