Adj. 1. Drunk, intoxicated with alcohol. Abb. of steaming drunk.
2. Racing, moving quickly. E.g."We were steaming up the motorway at 140."
3. Very angry. E.g."I've never seen her so angry, she was steaming."
Adj./Adv. An intensifier, such as 'blinking', 'bleeding'. E.g."That steaming idiot has spent all our holiday money on a new stereo."
Noun. A act of aggressive robbery, often taking place on public transport, whereby groups of youths terrorize their victims.

English slang and colloquialisms. 2014.

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