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stream in

1. To run, flow, or pour in(to something or some place). Water streamed in through the crack in the hull. She opened a window to let some cold air stream in the room.
2. To move in(to something or some place) in a large mass or amount like a stream of liquid. People have been streaming in the store all day long in order to get their book signed by the famous author. Countless flies streamed in, attracted to the stench of rotting meat.
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stream in(to something)

to flow or rush into something. The people streamed into the hall, each seeking the best possible seat. Water streamed into the room from the broken pipe. Complaints about the bawdy performance streamed in.
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The simula- tion revealed eastward-moving currents of fluid at the bottom of the outer core, roughly analogous to the jet streams in the atmosphere.