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Translation of "street" - English-German dictionary

street

noun /striːt/
a road with houses, shops etc on one or both sides, in a town or village die Straße the main shopping street I met her in the street. (abbreviated to Stwhen written) used in the names of certain roads die Straße Her address is 4 Shakespeare St. streetcar noun (especially American) a tramcar. der Straßenbahnwagen street directory a booklet giving an index and plans of a city’s streets. der Stadtplan be streets ahead of / better than to be much better than meilenweit voraus sein She’s streets ahead of me when it comes to French. be up someone’s street to be exactly suitable for someone genau passen That job is just up your street. not to be in the same street as to be completely different, usually worse, in quality than. sehr unterschiedlich sein
Translations of “street”
in Arabic شارِع…
in Korean 거리…
in Malaysian jalan, Jln.…
in French rue…
in Turkish cadde…
in Italian via…
in Chinese (Traditional) 街,街道,大街…
in Russian улица…
in Polish ulica…
in Vietnamese đường phố, phố…
in Spanish calle…
in Portuguese rua…
in Thai ถนน, ชื่อถนน…
in Catalan carrer…
in Japanese (家や建物が並ぶ)通り…
in Indonesian jalan, Jalan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 街,街道,大街…
(Definition of street from the Password English-German Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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