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the whole street

informal
everyone living along a particular road
整条街的人
Keep your voice down, we don't want the whole street to hear us!
小声点儿,我们不想叫整条街都听见!
Urban and residential streets
Translations of “the whole street”
in Chinese (Traditional) 整條街的人…
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