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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.
Traducciones de “Main Street”
en coreano 주요 도로…
en árabe الشارِع الرئيسي…
en portugués rua/avenida principal…
en catalán carrer gran/major…
en japonés (町の)本通り…
en italiano via principale al centro di una città con negozi, ecc.…
en chino (tradicionál) 大街,商業街…
en chino (simplificado) 大街,商业街…
(Definition of Main Street from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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