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street food

[street food] /ˈstrit ˌfud/
noun
1.
ready-to-eat food sold on the street or in a park, open-air market, or other outdoor public place.
2.
a particular food sold in an outdoor public place.
Origin of street food
1860-1865
First recorded in 1860-65
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noun

street smarts

Examples

You must have street savvy when visiting New York City during the holidays.

Word Origin

1965

Usage Note

also street-savvy , adj.

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