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streak

2 verb
     
streak2
1 [intransitive always + adverb/preposition] to run or fly somewhere so fast you can hardly be seen
streak across/along/down etc
Two jets streaked across the sky.
2 [transitive usually passive] to cover something with lines of colour, liquid etc:
The sky was streaked yellow and purple.
streak with
His hands and arms were streaked with paint.
3 [intransitive] to run across a public place with no clothes on as a joke or in order to shock people

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