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- A device or object that works by the operation of steam.
- A mode of transportation propelled by steam.
- (rail transport) A steam-powered road locomotive; a traction engine.
- (nautical) A vessel propelled by steam; a steamboat or steamship.
- 1859 January 6, “English and Amer[i]can navies”, in The Olney Times (reprinted from the New York Herald), volume 3, number 27 (number 130 overall), Olney, Ill.: William F. Beck, →OCLC, page 1, column 6:
- 1918, Edith Wharton, chapter I, in The Marne, New York, N.Y.: D. Appleton and Company, OCLC 297181, page 1:
- Every since the age of six Troy Belknap of New York had embarked for Europe every June on the fastest steamer of one of the most expensive lines. With his family he had descended at the dock from a large noiseless motor, had kissed his father good-bye, turned back to shake hands with the chauffeur (a particular friend), and trotted up the gang-plank behind his mother's maid, [...]
- Clipping of .
- A babycino (frothy milk drink).
- A wetsuit with long sleeves and legs.
- The name of various animals.
- (horse racing) A racehorse the odds of which are becoming shorter (that is, decreasing) because bettors are backing it.
- (Britain, slang) An act of fellatio.
- (Britain, crime, slang) A member of a youth gang who engages in steaming (robbing かつ escaping in a large group).
- (Britain, Scotland, slang) A drinking session.
- (Australia, obsolete) A dish made by cooking diced meat very slowly in a tightly sealed pot with a minimum of flavourings, allowing it to steam in its own juices; specifically such a dish made with kangaroo meat. [c. 1850 – 1900s.]
- 1851, Henry [Saxelby] Melville, chapter XII, in The Present State of Australia, including New South Wales, Western Australia, South Australia, Victoria and New Zealand, with Practical Hints on Emigration; to which are Added the Land Regulations, and Description of the Aborigines and Their Habits, London: G. Willis, Great Piazza, Covent Garden, OCLC 154636947, page 311:
- But of all the dishes ever brought to table, nothing equals that of the "steamer." It is made by mincing the flesh of the kangaroo, and with it some pieces of pork or bacon. The animal has not any fat, or scarcely any, in its best season; when the meat is chopped up, it is thrown into a saucepan and covered over with the lid, and left to stew or steam gently by the fire-side: it is, from this method of cooking, called "steamer." [...] the flesh soon floats in its own rich gravy: it only requires pepper and salt to render it delicious. No one can tell what a steamer is, unless it has been tasted; it indeed affords an excellent repast, and it is surprising that the steamer, preserved in tins, has not yet been exported to England.
- (Britain, slang) A mug.
- (Britain, slang) A homosexual man with a preference for passive partners.
- (Britain, slang) A prostitute's client.
- (US, slang) a gambler who increases a wager after losing.
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