Spanish English Dictionary

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calle in English:

1. street street

Cross the street.
I live at 337 Augusta Street.
Tom earned money by playing his guitar on street corners.
I hope you will join us in the parade and march along the street.
Many restaurants and pubs are on Itsutsugi Street.
Can you tell me where Main Street is?
Rumors of a Wall Street crash sparked a dollar selling spree.
I was walking down the street when suddenly someone tapped me on the shoulder.
Be careful not to drive the wrong way on a one-way street.
Every house on our street was blue except ours.
It's a rare thing to run into a famous musician on the street.
The fact that a man lives on the same street with me does not mean he is my friend.
In Paris there are many beautiful streets.
Excuse me, which street is this one? I am lost.
Our street is the oldest in the city.

English word "calle"(street) occurs in sets:

Letra Traducida de Lana del Rey - Born To Die
You Belong With Me (Taylor Swift) - Traducida
Fichas del libro - "Butterfly 9" (Donald Keith)
Fichas del libro - "A Book of Epigrams" (Various)
Under Pressure (Queen) - Traducida

2. road road

Take this road.
You should concentrate on the road when you're driving.
Tires wear down because of friction between the rubber and the road surface.
If we don't hit the road soon, we'll get caught in the morning rush hour traffic.
If you whip the steering wheel around like that on a snowy road, the car is going to go into a slide.
We had not gone far before we saw the road blocked by a truck.
One of Roger Miller's biggest hits was "King of the Road."
Driving on a slippery road can lead to a car wreck.
For our singing lessons, we would go to the music school across the road.
This road should have already been completed according to the original plan.
It is necessary to secure financing for local road maintenance.
Near the west side of the park there's a lot of noise from the road, but when you go into the park you can't hear it any more.
They finally started to asphalt that road again. It was about time! You could only cycle zigzagging there if you didn't want your wheel to get buckled because of the holes in the road surface.
They rolled along the big road and they rolled along the little road until they were way out in the country.
Glasswork came from Persia by way of the Silk Road.

English word "calle"(road) occurs in sets:

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Fichas del libro - "Kensington Rhymes" (Compton Ma...
Fichas del libro - "The Kiltartan History Book" (L...
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