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Definition of "main street" in Essential American English Dictionary

main street

noun   /ˈmeɪn ˌstrit/
the main road in the middle of a town where there are shops and other businesses
Translations of “main street”
in Korean 주요 도로…
in Arabic الشارِع الرئيسي…
in Portuguese rua/avenida principal…
in Catalan carrer gran/major…
in Japanese (町の)本通り…
in Italian via principale al centro di una città con negozi, ecc.…
in Chinese (Traditional) 大街,商業街…
in Chinese (Simplified) 大街,商业街…
(Definition of main street from the Websters Essential Mini Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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