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Steam is vaporized water.
Steam may also refer to:
Technology and science
- Steam (software), a software distribution platform by Valve
- Steam (poker), a mental state that adversely affects one's play
- Steaming, a cooking method
- Serial time-encoded amplified microscopy (STEAM), an optical imaging method
- STEAM fields, science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics, as collective fields of study
- STEAM, "STimulated Echo Acquisition Mode ", a type of nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy
- Steam (band), an American pop-rock group
- Steam (Archie Shepp album), 1976
- Steam (East 17 album), 1994
- Steam (Ty Herndon album), 1999
- "Steam" (Peter Gabriel song), 1992
- Steam (film), a 2007 American film
- Steam: The Turkish Bath or Hamam, a 1997 Italian-Turkish-Spanish film
- Steampunk art, an artistic motif featuring steam engines and steam powered equipment in fantastical settings, also found in some comic book series.
- Steampunk science fiction, a genre of science fiction literature, typically including steam powered equipment
- Code Name: S.T.E.A.M., a turn-based strategy game
- Atlanta Steam, a women's American football team in Atlanta, Georgia
- Chicago Steam, an American Basketball Association team in Chicago, Illinois
- Lehigh Valley Steam, an American soccer club in Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania
- Queen City Steam, an American ice hockey team in Evendale, Ohio
- Roanoke Steam, an American arena football team in Roanoke, Virginia
- Summerland Steam, a Canadian ice hockey team in Summerland, British Columbia
Companies and Organizations
- STEAM – Museum of the Great Western Railway, Swindon, England
- Steam Brewing Company, a New Zealand microbrewery
- All pages beginning with "Steam"
- All pages with titles containing "Steam"
- Steamer (disambiguation)
- Steaming (disambiguation)
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