Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Sidewalk"

The meaning of "Sidewalk" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does sidewalk mean?
A: sidewalk means a footpath along the side of the road...
Q: What does I follow the sidewalk until I get to the security gate, then I dart into the bushes. mean?
A: 我走在便道到安全门,就獹进去灌木。
Q: What does "a sidewalk cafe" mean?
A: A cafe that is on the side of the street/ sidewalk in a city, often with tables outside
Q: What does sidewalk mean?
A: The sidewalk (US English) is a pavement in UK English. It's what you walk on outside. 👍

Synonyms of "Sidewalk" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between sidewalk and pavement ?
A: Pavement is a surface covering for roads, streets, and sidewalks. A sidewalk is where people walk. Sidewalk = 歩道です。 Pavement = 舗装です。
Q: What is the difference between "sidewalk" and "curbside" ?
A: you are welcome.
Q: What is the difference between sidewalk and pavement ?
A: Pavement is the ground that is paved with cement or something. A parking lot, drive way, street, or sidewalk is usually pavement. A sidewalk would be a specific kind of pavement. The long narrow area you walk on which is usually made of cement.
Q: What is the difference between sidewalk and pavement ?
A: Sidewalk is the American English word for pavement

Translations of "Sidewalk"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? What "sidewalk" means?
A: sidewalk/ pavement - calçada hey s2
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? sidewalk
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? sidewalk
A: A "sidewalk" (US/Canada) is usually referred to as "pavement" in the UK. In some other English-speaking countries it's normally called a "footpath". The technical/legal term for a sidewalk (pavement) in the UK is "footway".
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? sidewalk
A: Yer a sidewalk is a pavement in the UK, pavements are at ether side of the road while paths are away from roads and motor vehicles.

Other questions about "Sidewalk"

Q: What does " inflammatory sidewalk ministers" mean? Context>>>>>>>>. The Black Hebrew Israeli...
A: I assume they mean those who preach on busy streets.... you’ll see depictions of this sort associated with doom cults in movies.. but yes people do actually preach in public in some places
Q: "i used to run in the sidewalk around the park" in this sentence *in* is it correct or i must use on or at? tell me what preposition i must to use
A: Use 'on' because 'in' would imply that you are literally IN the sidewalk, like stuck in the asphalt! Because a sidewalk is a surface, you run ON it. Otherwise, your sentence is great!
Q: You should walk on sidewalk. does this sound natural?
A: you should walk on the sidewalk
Q: Why is it so jammed? The sidewalk is overflowing with people. I'm in a hurry, but I have to constantly zigzag to dodge people. I need to run, not shuffle along with the crowd! I should have known better than to come to "Yokohama China Town" on a weekend. does this sound natural?
A: *crowded 'jammed' is used mainly when something is stuck in a machine, like a paper jam in a printer :) *zigzag around people/ dodge people/ but there are so many people in my way You don't need quotation marks for the *Chinatown in Yokohama either :)
Q: Why is it so jammed? The sidewalk is overflowing with people. I'm in a hurry, but I have to constantly zigzag to dodge people. I need to run, not shuffle along with the crowd! I should have known better than to come to "Yokohama China Town" on a weekend. does this sound natural?
A: "packed" or "crowded" may sound better in place of "jammed". "jammed" is more commonly used when talking about traffic/cars

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