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Oxford dictionary definition of the word street:
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
not in the same street
British informal far inferior in terms of ability.
on the streets
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
British informal greatly superior:
the restaurant is streets ahead of its local rivals
a many-streeted tangle of low, brick buildings
adjective & adverb
Old English strǣt, of West Germanic origin, from late Latin strāta (via) ‘paved (way)’, feminine past participle of sternere ‘lay down’