avenue

Avenue vs District - What's the difference?

avenue | district |


As a noun avenue

is a broad street, especially one bordered by trees ().

As a proper noun district is

(with determiner|informal) the district of columbia, the federal district of the united states.

Trace vs Avenue - What's the difference?

trace | avenue |


As a verb trace

is .

As a noun avenue is

a broad street, especially one bordered by trees ().

Avenue vs Parkway - What's the difference?

avenue | parkway |


As nouns the difference between avenue and parkway

is that avenue is a broad street, especially one bordered by trees () while parkway is a road, a thoroughfare or parkway can be (rail transport|british|australian) a railway station built on the edge of a town, typically with a large car park to function as a park and ride interchange.

Thoroughfares vs Avenue - What's the difference?

thoroughfares | avenue |


As nouns the difference between thoroughfares and avenue

is that thoroughfares is while avenue is a broad street, especially one bordered by trees ().

Grange vs Avenue - What's the difference?

grange | avenue |


As a proper noun grange

is (us) (usually, with "the") national grange of the patrons of husbandry, an association of farmers.

As a noun avenue is

a broad street, especially one bordered by trees ().

Avenue vs Revenue - What's the difference?

avenue | revenue |


As nouns the difference between avenue and revenue

is that avenue is a broad street, especially one bordered by trees () while revenue is the income returned by an investment.

Arena vs Avenue - What's the difference?

arena | avenue |


As nouns the difference between arena and avenue

is that arena is sand while avenue is a broad street, especially one bordered by trees ().

Aisle vs Avenue - What's the difference?

aisle | avenue |


As a verb aisle

is .

As a noun avenue is

a broad street, especially one bordered by trees ().

Area vs Avenue - What's the difference?

area | avenue |


As nouns the difference between area and avenue

is that area is area while avenue is a broad street, especially one bordered by trees ().

Grove vs Avenue - What's the difference?

grove | avenue |


As a proper noun grove

is for someone who lived near a grove.

As a noun avenue is

a broad street, especially one bordered by trees ().

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