steam

[n] - water at boiling temperature diffused in the atmosphere 2. [v] - emit steam 3. [v] - rise as vapor 4. [v] - travel by means of steam power 5. [v] - get very angry 6. [v] - clean by means of steaming 7. [v] - cook something by letting steam pass over it
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Steam

Steam noun [ Middle English stem , steem , vapor, flame, Anglo-Saxon steám vapor, smoke, odor; akin to Dutch stoom steam, perhaps originally, a pillar, or something rising like a pillar; confer Greek ... to erect, ... a pillar, and English stand .] 1. The el
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Steam

Steam intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Steamed ; present participle & verbal noun Steaming .] 1. To emit steam or vapor. « My brother's ghost hangs hovering there, O'er his warm blood, that steams into
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Steam

Steam transitive verb 1. To exhale. [ Obsolete] Spenser. 2. To expose to the action of steam; to apply steam to for softening, dressing, or preparing; as, to steam wood; to steam cloth; to steam food, etc. ...
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steam

1. To emit steam or vapor. 'My brother's ghost hangs hovering there, O'er his warm blood, that steams into the air.' (Dryden) 'Let the crude humors dance In heated brass, steaming with fire intence.' (J. Philips) ... 2. To rise in vapor; to issue, or pass off, as vapor. 'The dissolved amber . . . Steamed away into the air.' (Boyle) ... 3. To move o
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steam

noun water at boiling temperature diffused in the atmosphere
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Steam

• (n.) The elastic, aeriform fluid into which water is converted when heated to the boiling points; water in the state of vapor. • (v. i.) To emit steam or vapor. • (v. i.) To rise in vapor; to issue, or pass off, as vapor. • (v. t.) To expose to the action of steam; to apply steam to for softening, dressing, or preparing; as, t
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steam

odourless, invisible gas consisting of vaporized water. It is usually interspersed with minute droplets of water, which gives it a white, cloudy ... [5 related articles]
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Steam

Steam is Australian slang for cheap wine.
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Steam

Steam is Australian slang for cheap wine.
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Steam

To cook over boiling water in a covered pan or to cook in a special pressurized steam compartment.
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steam

The gaseous form of water at or above the boiling point. Saturated - Steam at 100¢XC and atmospheric pressure
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Steam

Water in vapor form; used as the working fluid in steam turbines and heating systems.
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steam

Water in vapor form; it is used as the working fluid in steam turbines and heating systems.
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STEAM

To cook in steam in a pressure cooker, deep well cooker, double boiler, or a steamer made by fitting a rack in a kettle with a tight cover. A small amount of boiling water is used, more water being added during steaming process, if necessary.
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Steam

Steam is the transparent, colourless gas into which water is converted when it vaporises.
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steam

Dry, invisible gas formed by vaporizing water. The visible cloud that normally forms in the air when water is vaporized is due to minute suspended water particles. Steam is widely used in chemical and other industrial processes and for the generation of power
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STEAM

To cook in steam in a pressure cooker, deep well cooker, double boiler, or a steamer made by fitting a rack in a kettle with a tight cover. A small amount of boiling water is used, more water being added during steaming process, if necessary.
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Steam

When a betting selection starts to move quite rapidly, usually caused by many bettors betting on it.
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Steam

When a betting selection starts to move quite rapidly, usually caused by many bettors betting on it.
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Steam

To cook with vapour produced by a boiling liquid.
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Steam

To cook in the steam created by boiling water
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Steam

To cook food on a rack or in steamer basket over a boiling liquid in a covered pan. Steaming retains flavor, shape, texture, and nutrients better than boiling or poaching.
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