streak

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈstriːk/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/strik/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(strēk)

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streak

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. is on a [winning, losing] streak
  2. a streak of [five] [wins]
  3. are trying to break their losing streak
  4. have been having a streak of [good, bad] luck
  5. broke my streak of bad luck
  6. has a mean streak (in him)
  7. left a streak on the [floor, ground]
  8. made a streak in the sky
  9. a streak of [rubber, mud, dirt]
  10. a streak of dripping [oil, paint, cream, liquid]
  11. the [teenager, actor] went on a wild streak
  12. had a streak (of poop) in his underwear
  13. had streaks of [red, blond] hair
  14. had [red] streaks put in her hair
v
  1. [blood, coffee, light] streaked across [his shirt, the table, the wall]
  2. the [plane, meteor] streaked across the sky
  3. the [plane] streaked [into view, away from the city, over the city, upward]
  4. the [car, suspect, runner] streaked [through town, down the street]
  5. the [car] streaked [by, past]
  6. streaked through the [night, darkness]
  7. she had her hair streaked
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