street

street
[stri:t]
noun
1) (a road with houses, shops etc on one or both sides, in a town or village: the main shopping street; I met her in the street.) rua
2) ((abbreviated to St when written) used in the names of certain roads: Her address is 4 Shakespeare St.) rua
- street directory
- be streets ahead of / better than
- be up someone's street
- not to be in the same street as
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[stri:t] n rua. • adj 1 relativo à rua, de rua, que dá acesso à rua. 2 coll popular, simples, sem sofisticação. dead end street rua sem saída. he’s on easy street coll ele tem vida boa. in (Amer on) the street na rua. it’s up his street é a especialidade dele, é o forte dele. not in the same street with fig não comparável com. one-way street rua de mão única. pedestrian only street calçadão. the man in the street o homem do povo. to be on the streets a) viver na rua, não ter um lar. b) viver de prostituição. to be streets ahead of ser muito superior a. to walk the streets a) vaguear pelas ruas. b) ser prostituta.

English-Portuguese dictionary. 2013.

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