water in the state of a gas produced by boiling
power or effort produced by steam under pressure, and used for making things work or move
strong feelings or active strength considered as trapped by self-control
give out steam
travel by steam power
use steam on, especially for unsticking or softening
"The ship steamed off into the Pacific"
"The rain forest was literally steaming"
"her indifference to his amorous advances really steamed the young man"
"steam-clean the upholstered sofa"
"just steam the vegetables"
Their already wet clothes steamed in the heat.
出自： A. Carter
他一走进温暖的房间,眼镜就被蒙上一层水蒸气。 steam sb ⇔ up
When Adden found out that Caen had not kept their secret, he became all steamed up.
Bill was all steamed up about the movie he had just seen.