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.) calle
2) ((abbreviated to St when written) used in the names of certain roads: Her address is 4 Shakespeare St.) calle
- street directory
- be streets ahead of / better than
- be up someone's street
- not to be in the same street as

street n calle
which street do you live in? ¿en qué calle vives?
do you know where Finkle Street is? ¿sabes dónde está la calle Finkle?
street
tr[striːt]
noun
1 calle nombre femenino
we were walking down the street íbamos por la calle
it's just across the street está al otro lado de la calle
there's a bank in the High Street hay un banco en la calle mayor
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SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
at street level a nivel de la calle
not to be in the same street as somebody no llegarle a alguien a la suela del zapato
to be right up somebody's street venirle a alguien de perlas, ser ideal para alguien
to walk the streets (homeless) estar sin vivienda, estar sin techo 2 (prostitute) hacer la carrera, trabajar la calle
to be streets ahead of somebody dar cien vueltas a somebody
one-way street calle de sentido único
street corner esquina
street credibilty / street cred imagen nombre femenino
wearing white socks will do nothing for your street cred los calcetines blancos no mejoran en nada tu imagen
street directory guía de calles, callejero
street lighting alumbrado público
street map plano de la ciudad
street plan plano de la ciudad
street market mercadillo
street theatre teatro callejero
street musician músico,-a callejero,-a
street value valor nombre masculino (en el mercado)
street ['stri:t] n
: calle f
street
adj.
callejero, -a adj.
n.
arroyo s.m.
cal s.f.
calle s.f.
striːt
noun calle f

it's on o (BrE) in Elm Street — queda en la calle Elm

to walk the streets — andar* or deambular por las calles; \<\<prostitute\>\> hacer* la calle or (Esp tb) la carrera

the whole street turned out to welcome them — todos los vecinos salieron a recibirlos

the Street — (AmE colloq) Wall Street

to be on easy street — (colloq) estar* forrado (fam)

to be on the streets — hacer* la calle or (Esp tb) la carrera

to go on the streets — prostituirse*

to be right up one's street — (colloq)

the job would be right up her street — sería un trabajo ideal para ella

the movie is right up your street — es justo el tipo de película que a ti te encanta

to be streets ahead of somebody/something: the company is streets ahead of its competitors la compañía está muy por encima de la competencia; she's streets ahead of her classmates les da mil vueltas a sus compañeros de clase (fam); to be streets apart: the two sides are still streets apart todavía hay un abismo entre las dos partes; (before n) <musician, theater> callejero; street corner esquina f; street crime delincuencia f callejera; street map o plan plano m de la ciudad, callejero m (Esp); street market mercado m al aire libre, feria f (CS); street people — (AmE) gente f de la calle

[striːt]
1.
N calle f , jirón m (Peru)

he lives in or on the High Street — vive en la Calle Mayor

to be on the streets — (=homeless) estar sin vivienda; euph (as prostitute) hacer la calle

- be streets ahead of sb

we are streets ahead of them in design — les damos ciento y raya en el diseño

2.
CPD

street arab N — golfo m , chicuelo m de la calle

street child N — niño(-a) m / f de la calle

street cleaner N — barrendero(-a) m / f

street corner N — esquina f (de la calle)

street cred * , street credibility N — dominio m de la contracultura urbana

street crime N — delitos mpl cometidos en la vía pública

street directory N — callejero m

street door N — puerta f principal, puerta f de la calle

street fight N — pelea f callejera

street fighting N — peleas fpl callejeras

street food N — comida f callejera

street guide N — callejero m

street lamp N — farola f , faro m (LAm)

street level N

at street level — en el nivel de la calle

street light N= street lamp

street lighting N — alumbrado m público

street map N — plano m (de la ciudad)

street market N — mercado m callejero, tianguis m (Mex), feria f (LAm)

street musician N — músico m ambulante

street people NPL(homeless) los sin techo, gente f que vive en la calle

street photographer N — fotógrafo m callejero

street plan N — plano m , callejero m

street sweeper N — barrendero(-a) m / f

street theatre N — teatro m en la calle, teatro m de calle

street urchin N — golfo m , chicuelo m de la calle

street value N — valor m en la calle

street vendor N(US) vendedor(a) mf callejero(-a)

* * *
[striːt]
noun calle f

it's on o (BrE) in Elm Street — queda en la calle Elm

to walk the streets — andar* or deambular por las calles; \<\<prostitute\>\> hacer* la calle or (Esp tb) la carrera

the whole street turned out to welcome them — todos los vecinos salieron a recibirlos

the Street — (AmE colloq) Wall Street

to be on easy street — (colloq) estar* forrado (fam)

to be on the streets — hacer* la calle or (Esp tb) la carrera

to go on the streets — prostituirse*

to be right up one's street — (colloq)

the job would be right up her street — sería un trabajo ideal para ella

the movie is right up your street — es justo el tipo de película que a ti te encanta

to be streets ahead of somebody/something: the company is streets ahead of its competitors la compañía está muy por encima de la competencia; she's streets ahead of her classmates les da mil vueltas a sus compañeros de clase (fam); to be streets apart: the two sides are still streets apart todavía hay un abismo entre las dos partes; (before n) <musician, theater> callejero; street corner esquina f; street crime delincuencia f callejera; street map o plan plano m de la ciudad, callejero m (Esp); street market mercado m al aire libre, feria f (CS); street people — (AmE) gente f de la calle


English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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