There are 2 translations of streak in Spanish:

streak1

Pronunciation: /striːk/

n

  • 1 1.1 (line, band) lista (f), raya (f); (in hair) reflejo (m), mechón (m); (in meat, marble) veta (f); (of ore) veta (f), filón (m) a streak of light un haz or un rayo de luz a streak of lightning un relámpago
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    • When choosing beef fillet, the outer flesh should be a bright, purplish-red colour laced with thin streaks of white fat.
    • They have a thin streak of white scales that extends above their anterior eyes.
    • Solid streaks of cerulean blue or vibrant cyan give the small details she depicts a life that can only be attained through extensive, lucid observation.
    1.2 (in personality) veta (feminine) she has a mean streak tiene una veta mezquina, tiene algo de mezquina to have a yellow streak tener* algo de cobarde
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    • Today's reading highlights the jealous streak in his character.
    • Her uncle always possessed a materialistic streak to his character, even when it came down to breaks between appointments.
    • Rather, it was a combination of both mental and physical elements that kept the streak alive.
  • 2 (spell) racha (feminine) a streak of luck/bad luck una racha de suerte/de mala suerte to have o be on a winning/losing streak tener* una buena/mala racha I'm on a lucky streak estoy de (buena) suerte
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    • This losing streak continued against Trinidad.
    • In the midst of a losing streak, a contingent of backup players complained about playing time.
    • The team entered last weekend on a season-high six-game losing streak, and it appears other teams are catching up to Minnesota.

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There are 2 translations of streak in Spanish:

streak2

vi

  • 1 (move rapidly) (+ adverb complement/+ adverbio predicativo) she streaked into the lead rápida como un rayo, se colocó a la cabeza it streaked past the window pasó como una centella por delante de la ventana lightning streaked across the sky un rayo cruzó or [literary/literario] hendió el cielo
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    • There was a flash of light between them, streaking down so fast Jennifer didn't catch any glare until it was over.
    • He came slowly in through the plants, the cat streaking past him in alarm.
    • My anger wore off quickly as I walked home, but not before I had unnecessarily kicked a stone hard and barely missed a giant black cat that had streaked past.
  • 2 (run naked) [colloquial/familiar] hacer* streaking (correr desnudo en un lugar público)
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    • He became famous for such antics as dancing on table tops, enlivening parties by performing bump and grind striptease acts and, once, streaking naked around a swimming pool.
    • Two men arrested for streaking naked at a rugby match in Newlands on Saturday would no longer be welcome at the ground, the Western Province Rugby Football Union said yesterday.
    • And in the 1970s, the fad was streaking: running naked through campus.

vt

  • tears streaked her face tenía el rostro surcado de lágrimas she's had her hair streaked se ha hecho mechas or claritos or reflejos (en el pelo)to be streaked with sth his clothes were streaked with paint llevaba la ropa manchada or (in Latin America also/en América Latina también) chorreada de pintura her hair is already streaked with gray ya tiene el cabello entrecano the rocks were streaked with ore las rocas tenían vetas de mineral
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    • It was streaked with tears and his shirt was covered in blood.
    • Out on the roof, the sky was black streaked with light.
    • He uncovered his face, which was streaked with tears.

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Word of the day juerga
f
partying …
Cultural fact of the day

Bullfighting is popular in Spain and in Mexico, Colombia, Peru, and Venezuela. For some Spaniards it is crucial to Spanish identity. The season runs from March to October in Spain, from November to March in Latin America.