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  • 1Steam — Steam …

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  • 2Steam — Entwickler Valve Aktuelle Version Steam API: 012 Steam Paket Versionen: 1705 und 1705 (11. Oktober 2011) Betriebssystem …

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  • 3STEAM — Стандартный интерфейс Steam. Тип Система цифровой доставки контента / DRM Разработчик ОС Windows 2000 …

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  • 4Steam — (st[=e]m), n. [OE. stem, steem, vapor, flame, AS. ste[ a]m vapor, smoke, odor; akin to D. stoom steam, perhaps originally, a pillar, or something rising like a pillar; cf. Gr. sty ein to erect, sty^los a pillar, and E. stand.] 1. The elastic, a[… …

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  • 5STEAM — Développeurs Valve Corporation Première version 12  …

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  • 6Steam — Desarrollador Valve Corporation store.steampowered.com …

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  • 7steam — [stēm] n. [ME steme < OE steam, akin to Du stoom, WFris steam] 1. Obs. a vapor, fume, or exhalation 2. a) water as converted into an invisible vapor or gas by being heated to the boiling point; vaporized water: it is used for heating, cooking …

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  • 8steam — ► NOUN 1) the hot vapour into which water is converted when heated, which condenses in the air into a mist of minute water droplets. 2) the expansive force of this vapour used as a source of power for machines. 3) momentum; impetus: the dispute… …

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  • 9steam´i|ly — steam|y «STEE mee», adjective, steam|i|er, steam|i|est. 1. of steam; like steam: »a steamy vapor. 2. full of steam; giving off steam; rising in steam: »a steamy room …

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  • 10steam|y — «STEE mee», adjective, steam|i|er, steam|i|est. 1. of steam; like steam: »a steamy vapor. 2. full of steam; giving off steam; rising in steam: »a steamy room …

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  • 11Steam — (st[=e]m), v. t. 1. To exhale. [Obs.] Spenser. [1913 Webster] 2. To expose to the action of steam; to apply steam to for softening, dressing, or preparing; as, to steam wood; to steamcloth; to steam food, etc. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 12Steam — (engl., spr. Stihm), der Dampf; daher Steamboat (spr. Stihmboht), das Dampfboot, Dampfschiff. Steamcarriage (spr. Stihm karridsch), der Dampfwagen (Locomotive). Steamengine (spr. Stihmendschine), die Dampfmaschine. Steamer (spr. Stihmer),… …

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  • 13steam — (n.) O.E. steam vapor, fume, from P.Gmc. *staumaz (Cf. Du. stoom), of unknown origin. The verb is from O.E. stemen, stymen to emit a scent or odor; slang meaning to make angry is from 1922. Steamer is 1814 in the cookery sense, 1825 as a vessel… …

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  • 14Steam — (st[=e]m), v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Steamed} (st[=e]md); p. pr. & vb. n. {Steaming}.] 1. To emit steam or vapor. [1913 Webster] My brother s ghost hangs hovering there, O er his warm blood, that steams into the air. Dryden. [1913 Webster] Let the… …

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  • 15steam — steam; steam·i·ly; steam·i·ness; steam·er; …

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  • 16steam|er — «STEE muhr», noun. 1. a steamboat; steamship. 2. an engine run by steam. 3. a container in which something is steamed or kept warm, as for sterilization or cooking. 4. a boiler or other vessel for generating steam. 5. = steamcar. (Cf. ↑steamcar) …

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  • 17Steam — [sti:m] der; <aus engl. steam> engl. Bez. für Dampf …

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  • 18Steam — (stihm), engl., Dampf; s. er, Dampfer, größeres Dampfschiff; s.boat, Dampfboot …

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  • 19steam up — (something) to become covered with a thin layer of small water drops. Going into the warm room steamed my glasses up. They were sitting in the back seat of the car and the windows were all steamed up …

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  • 20steam — [n] energy beef, force, might, muscle, potency, power, puissance, sinew, strength, vigor, vim; concept 633 …

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