- the section of a city associated with a given profession or trade, especially when concerned with business or finance, as Wall Street.
- the principal theater and entertainment district of any of a number of U.S. cities.
Idioms about street
- without a home: You'll be out on the street if the rent isn't paid.
- without a job or occupation; idle.
- out of prison or police custody; at liberty.
Origin of street
synonym study for street
OTHER WORDS FROM streetstreetless, adjectivestreetlike, adjectivein·ter·street, adjective
Words nearby street
How to use street in a sentence
We will be reporting from the road and the streets in the leadup to and aftermath of Election Day.
In January, 1986, CW bet “you won’t have to wait a decade to see its like on the street.”
Open storefronts, and streets bustling with retail and sidewalk activity bring more “eyes,” and streets therefore feel safer for all.Myths and Shame Shouldn’t Guide Cannabis Regulations|John Bertsch|September 8, 2020|Voice of San Diego
So when I got back from Canada, I was quarantined for two weeks and that’s when everything started to really happen in terms of people actually getting in the streets or more getting in the streets.After Playing So Many Roles, Who Is the Real Tatiana Maslany?|Eromo Egbejule|September 4, 2020|Ozy
When sheriff’s deputies arrested him, he was in the middle of a street in Jamul, trying to get hit by passing cars.Longtime Sheriff’s Employee Contradicts Official Account of Jail Death|Kelly Davis|September 3, 2020|Voice of San Diego
A street sweeper was caught in the crossfire as a gunman fired at the officer, fatally wounding her in the back.
When it became too crowded, they moved her into an open casket on the street.New York’s Most Tragic Ghost Loves Minimalist Swedish Fashion|Nina Strochlic|January 8, 2015|DAILY BEAST
A Wall Street person should not be allowed to help oversee the Dodd-Frank reforms.
The gunman then burst from the restaurant and fled down the street with the other man.
The big slug happened to hit the suspect in the street, passing through his arm and then striking Police Officer Andrew Dossi.
Some weeks after, the creditor chanced to be in Boston, and in walking up Tremont street, encountered his enterprising friend.
"We will go to the Hotel de l'Europe, if you press it;" and away the cabriolet joggled over the roughly paved street.
While the door was open he caught a glimpse of the street outside—and of Glavis on the sidewalk below.The Homesteader|Oscar Micheaux
Then the two bodies of the men were buried, carrying them together from the street to the grave.
The height of the tower from the level of the street is 105 feet, the slated towers over the lateral pediments being smaller.Showell's Dictionary of Birmingham|Thomas T. Harman and Walter Showell
British Dictionary definitions for street
- (capital when part of a name) a public road that is usually lined with buildings, esp in a townOxford Street
- (as modifier)a street directory
- earning a living as a prostitute
Word Origin for street
Other Idioms and Phrases with street
see back street; easy street; man in the street; on the street; side street; work both sides of the street.