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streamlined

[ streem-lahynd ]
/ ˈstrimˌlaɪnd /
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adjective
having a contour designed to offer the least possible resistance to a current of air, water, etc.; optimally shaped for motion or conductivity.
designed or organized to give maximum efficiency; compact.
modernized; up-to-date.
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Origin of streamlined

First recorded in 1890–95; streamline + -ed2

OTHER WORDS FROM streamlined

un·stream·lined, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for streamlined

streamlined
/ (ˈstriːmˌlaɪnd) /

adjective
offering or designed to offer the minimum resistance to the flow of a gas or liquid
made more efficient, esp by simplifying
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