1. I live on the same street as Peter.
2. He lives in Park Street.
3. The whole street protested such police brutality.
A：(Most/ almost all/ a great deal) of the street parking is gone by then.
A：What’s the quickest way to get there?
B：If I were you, I’d take a taxi.
A：Can you tell me where the taxi stand is?
B：You will find a taxi stand on the street corner.
A：Excuse me, can you tell me where Main Street is?
B：Turn left at the second light and then go straight for two blocks.
A：Is it far?
B：No. It's only a five-minute walk. You can’t miss it.
A：Thanks a lot.
A street is a road in a city, town, or village, usually with houses along it.
e.g. He lived at 66 Bingfield Street...
他住在宾菲尔德大街 66 号。
e.g. Boppard is a small, quaint town with narrow streets.
You can use street or streets when talking about activities that happen out of doors in a town rather than inside a building.
e.g. Changing money on the street is illegal — always use a bank...
e.g. Their aim is to raise a million pounds to get the homeless off the streets.
他们的目标是筹集 100 万英镑，使那些无家可归者不再流浪街头。
3. see also: back street;civvy street;Downing Street;Fleet Street;high street;Wall Street
If someone is streets ahead of you, they are much better at something than you are.
e.g. He was streets ahead of the other contestants.
If you talk about the man in the street or the man or woman in the street, you mean ordinary people in general.
e.g. The average man or woman in the street doesn't know very much about immune disorders.
If a job or activity is up your street, it is the kind of job or activity that you are very interested in.
e.g. She loved it, this was just up her street.
1. a thoroughfare (usually including sidewalks) that is lined with buildings
e.g. they walked the streets of the small town
he lives on Nassau Street
2. the part of a thoroughfare between the sidewalks
the part of the thoroughfare on which vehicles travel
e.g. be careful crossing the street
3. people living or working on the same street
e.g. the whole street protested the absence of street lights
4. a situation offering opportunities
e.g. he worked both sides of the street
cooperation is a two-way street
5. the streets of a city viewed as a depressed environment in which there is poverty and crime and prostitution and dereliction
e.g. she tried to keep her children off the street