Streetの例文や意味・使い方に関するQ&A

「Street」を含む文の意味

Q: Street smart or marks とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Street smart is when you are able to think quickly and have a common knowledge of things (not taught in textbooks).
For example, a guy might be really smart with math, but he is not “street smart” because he left his phone on the table at the cafe while he went to the bathroom and it got stolen.
Q: I was on easy Street とはどういう意味ですか?
A: is it a street named easy? that's all I can guess
Q: "Street wise"-I came across it as an example of a compound adjective,but I can't find any examples .If it is not a mistake, what does it mean? とはどういう意味ですか?
A:
Normally used for people living in cities. (street)
they may know a lot of people or a lot of secrets. They may know a lot of shortcuts. They know how to survive. They may know the best secret places to eat.

They may have lived in the city for a long time and become street wise.
They may have grown up in the city and always have been street wise.

Some people never become street wise

「Street」の使い方・例文

Q: Street を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Starbucks is just down the street.

I live on this street.

Look both ways before crossing the street.

In America we drive on the right side of the street.

Street can also be used as a slang descriptive term like "street smarts" which basically just means you learned from experience instead of just from what you studied in books.

「Street」の類語とその違い

Q: Street cat と Stray cat はどう違いますか?
A: We usually don't call them street cat. We use stray cat. Stray cat means a cat that doesn't have a home.
Q: Street と Road はどう違いますか?
Q: Street と Avenue と Boulevard はどう違いますか?
A: "street"- buildings on both sides
"boulevard" - pretty much a wide street
"avenue" - same as street but run perpendicular

All of them are kind of used they same way but we most commonly say "street"
Q: Street と Route と Avenue と Way はどう違いますか?
A: I have many examples: the sign have number, that the Route 66. I walk with my friend in the street. ! That’s Avenue is safe quick!. We’re going that way is safe

「Street」を翻訳

Q: Street は 英語 (イギリス) で何と言いますか?
Q: Street food is Vietnam’s capital city all about. は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Street food is what Vietnam's capital city is all about.
Q: 1st Street or 1 Street は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: 123 Fake St
San Francisco, CA 94104

The US Postal Service abbreviates street types and uses the state abbreviation. They also abbreviate directions such as: N Highway 1 for north.

「Street」についての他の質問

Q: The annual street festival will close down Bay Street within six hours. この表現は自然ですか?
A: Both sound natural but they would have different meanings.

“Within 6 hours” would mean that it is closing sometime in the next 6 hours (anytime from now to 6 hours from now)

Closing “for 6 hours” would be the duration of the event from start to finish and the total amount of time the street is closed.
Q: 2.are street markets common in your country?
Yes they are. well I guess, the reason is that Street markets have been historically existing in china since the tang dynasty. I think It’s part of Chinese culture. Besides, People can purchase basic necessities at a low price in a street market. So folks are quite keen on it. In general, it happens either in a village or in a town.  
3.what is usually sold on markets?
As i said earlier, there’s many organic vegetables which are good for our heath. It’s fresh and cheap. So everyone can afford it. What’s more,if you were there, you will smell the scent of food. We call it “street food” which provides residents an opportunity to get together,talk and discuss. Like”oh this is my favourite store”” so am i . that’s my favourite one”. everyone can enjoy in. Above all, you can buy clothes,toys, kitchen utensils and etc. この表現は自然ですか?
A: First word of the questions should be capitalised. The clause "Well I guess,..." is most commonly used when you are unsure of the answer, but you have already stated plainly "Yes they are" in the previous sentence. "People" shouldn't be capitalised as it's in the middle of a sentence and is not a 'Proper Noun'. No full stop is required between "market" and "so"; it can be a single sentence.

You use the plural "organic vegetables", then in the next sentence, you use the pronoun "It's", which is singular. It should be "They are fresh and cheap". Similarly "can afford them" in the next sentence.

Double quote marks after "favourite store", whereas only one " is needed. When replying to "oh this is my faviourite store", someone would say "mine too" rather than "so am i".

"Everyone can enjoy it".

"Above all" is used to make the strongest point or most important point of an arguement or description but here it seems "Also" would be more appropriate.
Q: Recently, Street Harassment has become a hot topic in Japan.
And what is the theme of the debate is whether Japanese women are easy.
Is it a recognition that Japanese women are easy as seen from foreigners?
Please tell me honestly
A: I don’t think there is a perception that Japanese women are easy in the US. Not one that I could tell anyway.
Q: Recently, Street Harassment has become a hot topic in Japan.
And what is the theme of the debate is whether Japanese women are easy.
Is it a recognition that Japanese women are easy as seen from foreigners?
Please tell me honestly
A: Most people I know, including myself, do not think that. I would not think they are any more “easy” than a western woman. :)
Q: Please rearrange correctly.

The street was called Orange Street, although ( )( )( )( )( )
1 in 2 no 3 orange trees 4 sight 5 there were

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