Definition of 'street'
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The streets and buildings display barely no signage. Times, Sunday Times (2013)There are six major streets to the city. Christianity Today (2000)Yet knife and gun crime is rising and people walk the streets in fear at night. The Sun (2007)The guy in the street asking for money is dancing. Times, Sunday Times (2015)We soon get lost in the medieval cobbled streets. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Green does not own factories which manufacture clothes for his high street stores. Times, Sunday Times (2007)There we found town after town of empty streets. The Sun (2012)The hum of their talk could be heard in the street outside. Red Coats and Rebels - the war for America 1770-1781 (1990)Women without a veil were harassed by men on street corners. Times, Sunday Times (2016)This talk of street gangs was new. KANDAHAR COCKNEY: A Tale of Two Worlds (2004)The street party kicked off four days of festivities. Times, Sunday Times (2010)People line the streets and the bikers want to recognise that. The Sun (2011)How to tackle the dwindling popularity of malls and main street? Times, Sunday Times (2014)Its working capital comes from a consortium of six high street lending banks. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Something more accessible and conservative that the man on the street can wear. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Another witness said people dashed on to the streets as buildings collapsed. The Sun (2009)Whether is it the paparazzi out in the street or people in a restaurant. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It is like finding money in the street. The Sun (2006)The southeast has an abundance of historic towns with characterful high streets. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The diva has put off moving into her seaside gaff because homes on her street are having huge renovations. The Sun (2012)The company is seeking either to cut down on high street duplication or to move outlets to larger premises. Times, Sunday Times (2012)People have been predicting the demise of these often unnecessarily large and cumbersome machines since their first appearance on city streets. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Why are our prisons full of foreigners and our streets littered with homeless Romanians? The Sun (2016)
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Translations for 'street'
British English: street /striːt/ NOUN
A street is a road in a town or village, usually with houses along it.
He walked quickly down the street.
- American English: street
- Arabic: شارِع
- Brazilian Portuguese: rua
- Chinese: 街
- Croatian: ulica
- Czech: ulice
- Danish: gade
- Dutch: straat
- European Spanish: calle
- Finnish: katu
- French: rue
- German: Straße
- Greek: οδός
- Italian: via
- Japanese: 通り
- Korean: 거리
- Norwegian: gate
- Polish: ulica
- European Portuguese: rua
- Romanian: stradă
- Russian: улица
- Spanish: calle
- Swedish: gata
- Thai: ถนน
- Turkish: cadde
- Ukrainian: вулиця
- Vietnamese: phố
Definition of street from the Collins English Dictionary
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