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Translation of "street" - English-Spanish dictionary

street

noun   /striːt/
A1 a road in a town or city that has houses or other buildings calle We live on the same street.
Street
A1 used in the name of a street as part of an address Calle 221B Baker Street
(Definition of street from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

street

noun /striːt/
a road with houses, shops etc on one or both sides, in a town or village calle the main shopping street I met her in the street.
(abbreviated to Stwhen written) used in the names of certain roads calle Her address is 4 Shakespeare St.
streetcar noun
(American) a tramcar. tranvía, tren
street directory noun
a booklet giving an index and plans of a city’s streets. guía
be streets ahead of / better than
to be much better than adelantarle por mucho a alguien She’s streets ahead of me when it comes to French.
be up someone’s street
to be exactly suitable for someone venir perfecto That job is just up your street.
not to be in the same street as
to be completely different, usually worse, in quality than. no llegarle a alguien a la suela del zapato
(Definition of street from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “street”
in Korean 거리…
in Arabic شارِع…
in Malaysian jalan, Jln.…
in French rue…
in Russian улица…
in Chinese (Traditional) 街,街道,大街…
in Italian via…
in Turkish cadde…
in Polish ulica…
in Vietnamese đường phố, phố…
in Portuguese rua…
in Thai ถนน, ชื่อถนน…
in German die Straße…
in Catalan carrer…
in Japanese (家や建物が並ぶ)通り…
in Chinese (Simplified) 街,街道,大街…
in Indonesian jalan, Jalan…
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