streetside

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From street +‎ side.

Adjective[edit]

streetside (not comparable)

  1. Alongside or near a street.
    • 2009 April 3, Guy Trebay, “From High Street to SoHo, a Club Ethos”, New York Times:
      “Topshop is not as cheap as H & M, but it is fantastic visually and the store looks fun,” said Fern Penn, a SoHo retailer who, driven back by the streetside chaos, said she would return after the initial hubbub had died down.
    • 2009 April 4, Donna Laporte, “Architect hopes to bring West Coast feel to Toronto”, Toronto Star:
      Cheng had to pull the building back to be able to plant trees close to the property line, because of the maze of utility lines at streetside.

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