Definition of 'side street'
Example sentences containing 'side street'
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Patrick turns on his polished black shoes, walks briskly and authoritatively up a side street, and presses a pub door. THE CHEEK PERFORATION DANCE (2002)Suddenly Cherry took hold of Lorenzo's hand and dragged him into a side street. DESPERADOES (2002)A car had shot out from a side street in front of them, blocking the deserted road. THE DEVIL'S DOOR (2002)
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Translations for 'side street'
British English: side street /saɪd striːt/ NOUN
A side street is a quiet, often narrow street which leads off a busier street.
- American English: side street
- Arabic: شَارِعٌ جَانِبِيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: rua secundária
- Chinese: 小巷
- Croatian: sporedna ulica
- Czech: postranní ulice
- Danish: sidegade
- Dutch: zijstraat
- European Spanish: calle lateral
- Finnish: sivukatu
- French: ruelle
- German: Seitenstraße
- Greek: δρομάκι
- Italian: strada laterale
- Japanese: 横丁
- Korean: 골목길
- Norwegian: sidegate
- Polish: boczna uliczka
- European Portuguese: rua secundária
- Romanian: drum lateral
- Russian: боковая улица
- Spanish: calle lateral
- Swedish: sidogata
- Thai: ทางแยกจากถนนใหญ่
- Turkish: yan sokak
- Ukrainian: провулок
- Vietnamese: con phố ngang
Definition of side street from the Collins English Dictionary
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