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English definition of “Main Street”

Main Street

noun
 
 
US COMMERCE
[C] (also main street, UK high street) the street in a town where the most important stores and businesses are: His store is on Main Street. Main Street businesses/stores
[U] small businesses, considered as a group, especially when compared to larger, more powerful companies or organizations: Our Main Street economy is now having to compete with China.
(Definition of Main Street from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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