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Pronunciation of Street: Learn how to pronounce Street in English correctly

Learn how to say Street correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word street:

noun
1a public road in a city, town, or village, typically with houses and buildings on one or both sides:
the narrow, winding streets of Edinburgh
[in place names]:
45 Lake Street
(the Street) US Wall Street.
(the street/streets) the roads or public areas of a city or town:
every week, fans stop me in the street
[as modifier] denoting someone who is homeless:
the street kids of the city
2 [as modifier] relating to the outlook, values, or lifestyle of those young people who are perceived as composing a fashionable urban subculture:
London street style
Phrases

not in the same street

British informal far inferior in terms of ability.
on the streets

1homeless:
the number of people who are out on the streets is lower than twelve months ago
2working as a prostitute:
there are fewer girls on the streets these days, so prices have risen
streets ahead

British informal greatly superior:
the restaurant is streets ahead of its local rivals
Derivatives

streeted

adjective
[in combination]:
a many-streeted tangle of low, brick buildings
streetward

adjective & adverb
Origin:

Old English strǣt, of West Germanic origin, from late Latin strāta (via) ‘paved (way)’, feminine past participle of sternere ‘lay down’