side street


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side street

n
(Automotive Engineering) a minor or unimportant street, esp one leading off a main thoroughfare

side′ street`


n.
a street leading away from a main street.
[1610–20]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.side street - a street intersecting a main street and terminating thereside street - a street intersecting a main street and terminating there
street - a thoroughfare (usually including sidewalks) that is lined with buildings; "they walked the streets of the small town"; "he lives on Nassau Street"
Translations
postranní ulice
sidegade
sivukatu
sporedna ulica
横丁
골목길
sidogata
ทางแยกจากถนนใหญ่
con phố ngang

side street

ntraversa

side street

شَارِعٌ جَانِبِيّ postranní ulice sidegade Seitenstraße δρομάκι calle lateral sivukatu ruelle sporedna ulica strada laterale 横丁 골목길 zijstraat sidegate boczna uliczka rua secundária боковая улица sidogata ทางแยกจากถนนใหญ่ yan sokak con phố ngang 小巷
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"Well then," continued Prince Andrew to Alpatych, "report to them as I have told you"; and not replying a word to Berg who was now mute beside him, he touched his horse and rode down the side street.
The door closed and everything was dark and silent in the little side street. George Willard trembled more vio- lently than ever.
The shop was at the corner of a side street, leading to the market, since removed to make room for the railway.
The Ratignolles lived at no great distance from Edna's home, on the corner of a side street, where Monsieur Ratignolle owned and conducted a drug store which enjoyed a steady and prosperous trade.
Down every side street they could see, it was the same-- never a hill and never a hollow, but always the same endless vista of ugly and dirty little wooden buildings.
I can lead you from this building to a side street with little danger of meeting anyone on the way.
First she was annoyed that there was no cab to free her from his company; then she recalled vaguely something that Mary had said to make her think ill of him; she could not remember what, but the recollection, combined with his masterful ways--why did he walk so fast down this side street?--made her more and more conscious of a person of marked, though disagreeable, force by her side.
I had turned out of Pall Mall into a side street, when whom should I strike against but her false swain!
When the shopping was done they often went down a side street of little houses, mostly of wood, in which fishermen dwelt
Jimmie, with his face drenched in blood, escaped up a side street, pursued a short distance by some of the more law-loving, or excited individuals of the crowd.
Moved by an uncontrollable impulse, I sprang into a side street and ran until I fell exhausted in a country lane.
We soon turned up one of the side streets, and about halfway up that we turned into a very narrow street, with rather poor-looking houses on one side, and what seemed to be coach-houses and stables on the other.