A public road in a city, town, or village, typically with houses and buildings on one or both sides
The roads or public areas of a city or town
Amsterdam's narrow cobbled streets
(Of parking facilities) at the side of a public road
Popular public opinion in Arab countries or communities, especially on political issues.
A street closed to traffic so that children can play in it.
= road bike.
A homeless or neglected boy who lives chiefly in the streets.
A police officer whose primary duty is to patrol the streets.
Dirt from the street; (in early use specifically) = street manure.
A stray or ownerless dog living in the streets.
Coal gas as formerly used in street lighting.
A girl who lives or works on the streets, specifically a prostitute.
A grating which allows surface water to be drained from a street.
= street child.
The sport or pastime of coasting down a paved incline while lying on a skateboard or similar wheeled platform in supine position with the feet facing forward.
A man who carries on a trade or occupation in the streets; a street worker or trader. Now rare.
A hot rod adapted for street use.
A room, especially on the ground floor, fronting the street.
= street manure.
A tree planted at the side of a street or in a public place to enhance the view.
A ‘web’ of street gossip.
Talk or tales ‘spun’ in the street, street gossip.
A state of financial comfort or security
Used in reference to a world or class of impoverished journalists and writers
The main street of a town, especially as the traditional site for most shops, banks, and other businesses
The principal street of a town, traditionally the site of shops, banks, and other businesses
(Of parking facilities) not on a public road
Used allusively to refer to a rich person from the city who dabbles in rural life for fun or profit
A minor or subsidiary street
A raggedly dressed homeless child wandering the streets
Artwork that is created in a public space, typically without official permission
The main door of a house opening on to the street
A drug sold illegally and used for its mood-altering, stimulant, or sedative effects
Prepared or cooked food sold by vendors in a street or other public location for immediate consumption
An informal term for something, typically an illegal drug
A street at the south end of Manhattan, where the New York Stock Exchange and other leading American financial institutions are located
= Fosse Way.
A street in a town where a market is held; a street lined with market stalls. Formerly also (Scottish): †a main street in a town (obsolete).
An imaginary street where people in difficulties (especially financial ones) are supposed to reside; (hence) the fact of being in a difficult position, in trouble, etc.
A ballad composed to be sung by street singers.
A homeless or neglected child who lives chiefly in the streets.
(Usually in plural) a crime such as robbery, assault, etc., committed on the streets.
A person who sells goods (now especially illegal drugs) in the streets.
A fight conducted or occurring in the streets.
Discharge of musketry in order to defend or clear a street; an instance of this.