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the whole street

informal
everyone living along a particular road
整條街的人
Keep your voice down, we don't want the whole street to hear us!
小聲點,我們不想叫得讓整條街都聽見!
Urban and residential streets
Translations of “the whole street”
in Chinese (Simplified) 整条街的人…
(Definition of the whole street from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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