Associations to the word «Street»
Pictures for the word «Street»
STREET, noun. A paved part of road, usually in a village or a town.
STREET, noun. A road as above but including the sidewalks (pavements) and buildings.
STREET, noun. The people who live in such a road, as a neighborhood.
STREET, noun. The people who spend a great deal of time on the street in urban areas, especially, the young, the poor, the unemployed, and those engaged in illegal activities.
STREET, noun. (slang) Street talk or slang.
STREET, noun. (figuratively) A great distance.
STREET, noun. (poker slang) Each of the three opportunities that players have to bet, after the flop, turn and river.
STREET, noun. Illicit, contraband, especially of a drug
STREET, adjective. (slang) Having street cred; conforming to modern urban trends.
STREET, verb. To build or equip with streets.
STREET, verb. To eject; to throw onto the streets.
STREET, verb. (sports) (by extension) To heavily defeat.
STREET, verb. To go on sale.
STREET, verb. (Japanese Mormonism) To proselytize in public.
STREET, proper noun. A surname.
STREET ADDRESS, noun. The assigned numeric identifier which was given to a structure to show the address on the street that the building is located upon. A street address is typically painted on a building, or affixed using house numbers.
STREET ADDRESSES, noun. Plural of street address
STREET APPEAL, noun. (idiomatic) Curb appeal.
STREET ARAB, noun. (dated) (now offensive) A homeless child who roams the streets, usually begging for handouts; a street urchin.
STREET ART, noun. Any art developed in public spaces.
STREET ARTIST, noun. Someone who produces art in public spaces; someone who engages in street art.
STREET ARTISTS, noun. Plural of street artist
STREET CHILD, noun. A child who lives, or spends most of their time, in the streets.
STREET CLOTHES, noun. Ordinary clothes worn during everyday life, in contrast to those worn for some special occasion such as an athletic activity.
STREET CRED, noun. (slang) Credibility among young, hip urban dwellers; particularly important in the hip-hop and rap scenes.
STREET CREDIBILITY, noun. Alternative form of street cred
STREET DANCE, noun. Any of several forms of dance that evolved outside of dance studios, usually accompanied by some form of hip hop or dance music.
STREET DANCE, noun. Any form of contemporary vernacular dance.
STREET DANCE, noun. Hip hop or funk dance.
STREET DANCER, noun. A participant in street dance.
STREET DANCERS, noun. Plural of street dancer
STREET DRUG, noun. (slang) A drug used illegally and recreationally for its euphoric and other mind-altering effects such as: opiates, cannabinoids, benzodiazepines, amphetamines and others.
STREET ELBOW, noun. In plumbing, a fitting that turns a corner (typically at an angle of 90, 45 or 22.5 degrees) and has a male connection at one end and a female connection at the other.
STREET FIGHTER, noun. Someone who takes part in street fighting
STREET FIGHTERS, noun. Plural of street fighter
STREET FOOD, noun. Food obtainable from a streetside vendor, often from a makeshift or portable stall.
STREET FOODS, noun. Plural of street food
STREET FURNITURE, noun. The objects and equipment installed on a street, such as bollards, benches, and traffic lights.
STREET HOCKEY, noun. (British) (field hockey) An informal kind of hockey (field hockey) played on a quiet street.
STREET HOCKEY, noun. (Canada) (ice hockey) An informal version of hockey (ice hockey) played on a quiet street, with a ball instead of a puck.
STREET LAMP, noun. (countable) Streetlight.
STREET LAMPS, noun. Plural of street lamp
STREET LIGHT, noun. Alternative spelling of streetlight
STREET LIGHTS, noun. Plural of street light
STREET LUGE, noun. The recreational activity of riding a board down a paved road or course.
STREET MARKET, noun. A temporary public market, normally set up outdoors on certain days of the week, often, but not always, in a street. Sometimes they can be found in a car park or in a market square.
STREET MONEY, noun. (US) (politics) Money legally paid to local party officials by an electoral candidate's campaign in exchange for the official's support in turning out voters on election day.
STREET MUSICIAN, noun. A musician who performs in a public place, often for money
STREET MUSICIANS, noun. Plural of street musician
STREET NAIL, noun. Podoxenoclavosis
STREET NAME, noun. The slang term for something.
STREET NAME, noun. A person’s nickname, such as a gangster or mafia name.
STREET ORGAN, noun. (musical instrument) A type of mechanically-played barrel organ designed to be played in the street.
STREET ORGANS, noun. Plural of street organ
STREET PARTY, noun. A party thrown in a cordened-off street or road.
STREET PERFORMER, noun. An artist (musician, actor, painter etc) who performs in a public place, usually for donated money.
STREET PIGEON, noun. (UK) a rock pigeon living in an urban environment.
STREET RACING, noun. Motorsport held on public roads.
STREET RAILWAY, noun. A tram line; public transportation operating on rails laid in public streets.
STREET SHOES, noun. Ordinary shoes worn during everyday life, in contrast to those worn for some special occasion such as an athletic activity.
STREET SHOES, noun. Shoes worn outdoors, in contrast to houseshoes worn indoors.
STREET SMART, adjective. Alternative spelling of street-smart
STREET SMARTS, noun. Practical knowledge, especially concerning human behavior.
STREET TEAM, noun. (marketing) A marketing team that operates in less structured settings to promote a product or brand.
STREET TEAMS, noun. Plural of street team
STREET THEATER, noun. A type of theatrical performance performed on the street or other public areas
STREET URCHIN, noun. (British) A child who lives, or spends most of his/her time, in the streets; often a petty thief or pickpocket.
STREET WORKER, noun. Alternative form of streetworker
STREET, noun. A thoroughfare (usually including sidewalks) that is lined with buildings; "they walked the streets of the small town"; "he lives on Nassau Street".
STREET, noun. The part of a thoroughfare between the sidewalks; the part of the thoroughfare on which vehicles travel; "be careful crossing the street".
STREET, noun. The streets of a city viewed as a depressed environment in which there is poverty and crime and prostitution and dereliction; "she tried to keep her children off the street".
STREET, noun. A situation offering opportunities; "he worked both sides of the street"; "cooperation is a two-way street".
STREET, noun. People living or working on the same street; "the whole street protested the absence of street lights".
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