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streak         

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1]  

      n  
1    a long thin mark, stripe, or trace of some contrasting colour  
2   
a    (of lightning) a sudden flash  
b    (as modifier)  
streak lightning     
3    an element or trace, as of some quality or characteristic  
4    a strip, vein, or layer  
fatty streaks     
5    a short stretch or run, esp. of good or bad luck  
6      (Mineralogy)   the powdery mark made by a mineral when rubbed on a hard or rough surface: its colour is an important distinguishing characteristic  
7      (Bacteriol)   the inoculation of a culture medium by drawing a wire contaminated with the microorganisms across the surface of the medium  
8    Informal   an act or the practice of running naked through a public place  
      vb  
9    tr   to mark or daub with a streak or streaks  
10    intr   to form streaks or become streaked  
11    intr   to move rapidly in a straight line  
12    intr  
Informal   to run naked through a crowd of people in a public place in order to shock or amuse them  
     (Old English strica, related to Old Frisian strike, Old High German strih, Norwegian, Swedish strika)  
  streaked      adj  
  streaker      n  
  streaklike      adj  
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streak          [2]  
      n      a variant spelling of       strake       2  

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strake  
      n  
1   
a    a curved metal plate forming part of the metal rim on a wooden wheel  
b    any metal plate let into a rubber tyre  
2      (Also called)    streak            (Nautical)   one of a continuous range of planks or plates forming the side of a vessel  
3    a profiled piece of wood carried on an arm that rotates round a fixed post: used to sweep the internal shape of a mould, as for a bell or a ship's propeller blade, in sand or loam  
     (C14: related to Old English streccan to stretch)  


streak          [1]  
      n  
1    a long thin mark, stripe, or trace of some contrasting colour  
2   
a    (of lightning) a sudden flash  
b    (as modifier)  
streak lightning     
3    an element or trace, as of some quality or characteristic  
4    a strip, vein, or layer  
fatty streaks     
5    a short stretch or run, esp. of good or bad luck  
6      (Mineralogy)   the powdery mark made by a mineral when rubbed on a hard or rough surface: its colour is an important distinguishing characteristic  
7      (Bacteriol)   the inoculation of a culture medium by drawing a wire contaminated with the microorganisms across the surface of the medium  
8    Informal   an act or the practice of running naked through a public place  
      vb  
9    tr   to mark or daub with a streak or streaks  
10    intr   to form streaks or become streaked  
11    intr   to move rapidly in a straight line  
12    intr  
Informal   to run naked through a crowd of people in a public place in order to shock or amuse them  
     (Old English strica, related to Old Frisian strike, Old High German strih, Norwegian, Swedish strika)  
  streaked      adj  
  streaker      n  
  streaklike      adj  
streak          [2]  
      n      a variant spelling of       strake       2  
yellow streak  
      n  
Informal   a cowardly or weak trait, characteristic, or flaw in a person's nature  

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streak

  

      n  
1    band, layer, line, slash, smear, strip, stripe, stroke, vein  
2    dash, element, strain, touch, trace, vein  
      vb  
3    band, daub, fleck, slash, smear, striate, stripe  
4    barrel (along)     (informal, chiefly U.S. & Canad.)   burn rubber     (informal)   dart, flash, fly, hurtle, move like greased lightning     (informal)   speed, sprint, sweep, tear, whistle, whizz     (informal)   zoom  

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yellow streak, streaky, strake, steak

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