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Definición de “avenue” en inglés

avenue

noun [C]  /ˈæv·ənˌju, -əˌnu/ us  

avenue noun [C] (STREET)

a street, often a wide one, in a city or town: Michigan Avenue in Chicago is famous for its elegant stores.

avenue noun [C] (POSSIBILITY)

a method or way of doing something; a possibility: China and the United States are exploring avenues of military cooperation. Only two avenues are open to us – accept his offer or file a lawsuit.
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