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Stream in Spanish 🇪🇸


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stream corriente
How to say “stream” in Spanish? “Corriente”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “corriente” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on stream in Spanish like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Synonyms

flujo (flow), corriente eléctrica (electric current), corriente (current)

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Origin

Derived from Latin “currēns” (current)

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Pronunciation

Normal speech: kohr-RYEHN-teh
IPA: /koˈrjente/

8 months ago

Camarón que se duerme…

…se lo lleva la corriente.

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Memory trick

Streams have currents

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corriente info.

Tips to remember the word “corriente”:
– Associate “corriente” with “current” in English, which not only sounds similar but also shares the same Latin root “currere,” meaning “to run.”
– Think of electricity when you hear “corriente,” as it refers to electric current in Spanish as well.

Explanations:
– “Corriente” mainly refers to a flow or a current, such as a river current or the flow of electricity.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Flujo (flow in the context of liquids or gases)
– Actual (as in “current events,” though not as commonly used for the physical phenomenon of a current)

Alternate meanings, including slang:

1. Ordinary/common – “Eso es muy corriente” can be used to describe something as being very common or vulgar.
2. Electric current – When discussing electricity, “corriente” is used to refer to the flow of electric charge.

Examples of sentences that use it:

1. La corriente del río es muy fuerte aquí. (The current of the river is very strong here.)
2. No toques esos cables, ¡están con corriente! (Don’t touch those wires, they are live!)
3. En esta zona siempre hay cortes de corriente. (In this area, there are always power cuts.)
4. Su comportamiento es considerado corriente en nuestra sociedad. (Their behavior is considered common in our society.)

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