- the vapor formed when water changes from liquid phase to gas phase
- pressurized water vapour used for heating, cooking, or to provide mechanical energy
- (context, by extension) energy; power
- After three weeks in bed he was finally able to sit up under his own .
- German: Kraft , Energie
- Spanish: vapor
- Spanish, vapor
- (context, cooking, transitive) to cook with steam
- (intransitive) to become angry; to fume; to be incensed
- (intransitive) to produce or vent steam
- (intransitive) to be covered with condensed water vapor
Translations: Etymology: Old English stÄam
- With all the heavy breathing going on the windows were quickly steamed in the car.
- (intransitive) to travel by means of steam power
- We steamed around the Mediterranean.
- ((figurative or literal) To move with great or excessive purposefulness.
- If he heard of anyone picking the fruit he would off and lecture them.
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