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unlit {adj} [e.g. street, room]
side {adj} [attr.] [subsidiary] [e.g. agreement, aspect, costs, effect, job, street]
Neben- [z. B. Absprache, Aspekt, Kosten, Effekt, Job, Straße]
archi. constr. [the street side eaved and without gables] {adj}
traffic busy {adj} [street, road, junction, etc.]viel befahren [auch: vielbefahren]
to light [a street, the stage etc.]
beleuchten [Straße, Bühne etc.]
constr. to cobble [a street]
pflastern [mit Kopfsteinpflaster]
to run [+adverbial of direction] [street, border, etc.]
verlaufen [in eine Richtung führen, sich erstrecken, z. B. Straße, Grenze usw.]
to streetwalk [also: street-walk] [prostitute]
strichen [ugs.] [auf den Strich gehen]
[to scream so loudly that it can be heard all down the street]häuserweit schreien
to front sth. [the street etc.]auf etw. hinausgehen [Zimmer, Fenster etc.]
to jaywalk [Am.] [to cross a street against a traffic light]bei Rot über die Straße gehen
to jaywalk [to cross a street in a heedless manner]unachtsam eine Straße überqueren
to run [street, border, etc.] [e.g. Where does ... run? / There runs ...]langgehen [ugs.] [verlaufen] [Straße, Grenze etc.] [z. B. Wo geht ... lang? / Da geht ... lang.]
to rush [down/along a street etc.]entlanghetzen [ugs.] [entlanghasten]
to wind [street, river etc.]sich krümmen [Straße, Fluss etc.]
bank [of a river, street]
Böschung {f}
waif [street kid]
Straßenkind {n}
jobs scavenger [archaic] [street sweeper]
Straßenkehrer {m}
busking [street performance]
[Darbietungen von Straßenkünstlern im öffentlichen Raum; mit Hutgeld an Künstler]
traffic oneway [coll.] [one-way street]
Einbahnstraße {f}
traffic sweepings {pl} [esp. of a street sweeper]
Kehrgut {n} [bes. einer Kehrmaschine]
art jobs mus. busker [esp. Br.] [street performer]
Straßenkünstler {m}
jobs scavengers [archaic] [street sweepers]
Straßenkehrer {pl}
traffic urban close [Br.] [residential street without through access; often in names]
[Wohnstraße ohne Durchgangsverkehr]
gutter [along street]
Gerinne {n}
urban avenue [broad street]
Korso {m} [breite Straße]
hist. jobs porter [waiting on street corners for jobs]
Eckensteher {m} [Berlin: Dienstmann]
sports defenceman [esp. Br.] [ice hockey, street hockey, lacrosse, water polo]
Verteidiger {m}
geogr. (the) Strand [London street]Strand {m} [Londoner Straße]
[a street or road lined with chestnut trees]Kastanienallee {f}
med. [bedbug "street", i.e. several bedbug bite marks in a row]Bettwanzenstraße {f}
hist. jobs [sb. standing at a street corner, waiting for odd jobs to do]Eckensteher {m}
urban [Station Street] [street name in many German, Austrian and Swiss cities and towns]Bahnhofstraße {f}
[street or road name in Germany, Austria, Switzerland]Heckenweg {m} [Straßenname, Eigenname]
[the average woman in the street]Lieschen Müller {n}
urban [Townhall Square] [street name in many German, Austrian and Swiss towns and cities]Rathausplatz {m}
traffic arterial [through street]Durchfahrtsstraße {f}
traffic arterial [through street]Durchfahrtstraße {f} [Rsv.]
art jobs mus. busker [esp. Br.] [street performer] [female]Straßenkünstlerin {f}
sports defenseman [Am.] [ice hockey, street hockey, lacrosse, water polo]Verteidiger {m}
comm. hawking [street trading]ambulanter Handel {m}
automot. sports transp. Norisring [street circuit in Nuremberg, Germany]Norisring {m}
dance popping [street dance]Popping {n} [Streetdance]
sinuosity [of road, street]Krümmung {f} [Kurvigkeit]
2 Words: Others
on ... Street [e.g. on Main Street]in der -straße [z. B. in der Bahnhofstraße]
two-way {adj} [attr.] [e.g. street]zweispurig [z. B. Straße]
2 Words: Verbs
Unverified to hustle sb. along sth. [e.g. street]jdn. etw.Akk. hinuntertreiben [z. B. Straße]
to pick up sb. [to gather street urchins etc.]jdn. auflesen [auch fig.]
to stroll along sth. [the street etc.]etw.Akk. entlangschlendern [die Straße etc.]
to walk down sth. [e.g. the path, the street]etw.Akk. langgehen [ugs.] [etw. entlanggehen] [z. B. den Weg, die Straße]
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