In The Street

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  1. in the street (s) 1. Without an established place of residence or accommodation; homeless. Even though I was still employed, I couldn't afford my mortgage anymore and was in the streets for nearly a year.
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  3. Mostly recognized as the theme for sitcom That '70s Show, "In The Street" was written by Big Star's primary songwriters, Chris Bell and Alex Chilton. For the show's first season, the song was performed by Todd Griffin, formerly guitarist and songwriter of The Graveyard Train. Griffin's cover was.
  4. I am in the street. usually means you are on the pavement of the street possibly where you can get hit by car, as one would tell children "Get out of the street!" I am at the street. is usually used to say you have arrived at a street e.g. an intersection with another street "I am at Fifth Avenue and 43rd St.".
  5. on the street (s) 1. Without an established place of residence or accommodation; homeless. Even though I was still employed, I couldn't afford my mortgage anymore and was on the streets for nearly a year.
  6. › The Street is a novel published in by African-American writer Ann Petry. Set in World War II era Harlem, it centers on the life of Lutie Johnson. Petry's novel is a commentary on the social injustices that confronted her character, Lutie Johnson, as a single black mother in this time period.
  7. 1 a: a thoroughfare especially in a city, town, or village that is wider than an alley or lane and that usually includes sidewalks. b: the part of a street reserved for vehicles. c: a thoroughfare with abutting property lives on a fashionable street.
  8. When we talk about homeless people, the phrase "on the street/s" seems to be better than "in the street/s", e.g. We must help families living on the streets. When we mean to say "an ordinary, average person" it is more common to use "the man in the street", "the woman in the street.

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