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steam into (some place)

1. To enter some place under the power of a steam engine. We stood on the pier and watched the ship steam into the harbor. The train steamed into the station at exactly 8:35 AM.
2. To enter some place in a very angry and animated manner. The child steamed into the kitchen and sat down at the table in a grumpy huff. The boss steamed into the office and started shouting at everyone about the latest financial results.
See also: steam
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I was reminded of it, however, by the sight of the same pair of simple pilgrims at whom we had laughed so heartily when Apollyon puffed smoke and steam into their faces at the commencement of our journey.
But the woman, according to the study, is said to have followed advice from a traditional Chinese doctor who told her that inducing hot steam into her vagina would help fix her condition.
But the woman followed an advice from a traditional Chinese doctor who said getting hot steam into her vagina would help her fix her condition, Forbes (https://www.forbes.com/sites/brucelee/2019/08/10/vaginal-steaming-could-burn-you-what-happened-to-this-woman/#1706b07a17b0) reported .
The steam admission valve design is critical in the injection of steam into the cylinder.
VINTAGE trains and boats will steam into Liverpool's Albert Dock for a free weekend of wonder for families and steam enthusiasts.
For example, the non-electric zone valve shown in Figure 2b can automatically maintain a selected room temperature by regulating the flow of steam into the radiator.
To inject the steam into the reservoir in a super-heated mode, injection line was wrapped with insulator.
Whirlpool is not the first major appliance manufacturer to incorporate steam into laundry.
This introduces high-pressure, high-temperature steam into the cylinder and provides the expansion force necessary to drive the pistons.
An interesting development in steam box application is the use of steam to heat the felt directly (see "Wells" in Additional Resources.) Steam boxes are normally located on the opposite side of the uhle box, allowing the differential pressure to push the steam into the felt.
The steam-cleaning process, known as dynamic underground stripping, involves simply generating steam by using steam boilers and injecting the steam into the ground through pipes.
Direct steam injection humidifiers control the introduction of steam into heating ducts in response to a signal from a humidistat.
Inside the heater, several hundred orifices disperse steam into slurry, with dispersion further optimized by a stationary helix that creates product turbulence.