Translation of streamer in Spanish:

streamer

Pronunciation: /ˈstriːmər; ˈstriːmə(r)/

noun/nombre

  • 1 1.1 (banner) banderín (masculine) 1.2 (of paper) serpentina (feminine) 1.3 (ribbon) cinta (feminine)
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    • The hall was decorated with multi-colored streamers, balloons and confetti, and on the stage there was a DJ mixing up popular tracks and dance music.
    • To really make your office Christmas party grand, you could include a variety of table decorations, streamers, party poppers and hats at the party.
    • Adorn your hallways and walls with gold streamers and place red material (or carpet, obviously, if you have it) at your door to greet guests in the proper manner.
    1.4 [Computing/Informática] (back-up system) sistema (masculine) de respaldo
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    • You use another or the same hard disk drive, CD or DVD, floppy disks, streamers, etc.
    • The standard equipment for data backups is a tape drive, also known as a streamer.
    • ‘Hardman has completed the preparation of seismic data over Lake Albert and it has completed modification on the new digital recording streamer,’ he said.
  • 2 (American English/inglés norteamericano) [Journalism/Periodismo] titular (masculine) a toda página
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    • It wasn't only the streamer headline; there was a leading article in big type.
    • The irrelevance of the streamer headline in a world racked by wars and threats of wars alarmed some of the newspaper's well-wishers.

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