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Street vs Court - What's the difference?

street | court |


As proper nouns the difference between street and court

is that street is while court is (us) an abbreviated term of respect for any court ("the court").

Street vs Saint - What's the difference?

street | saint |


As a proper noun street

is .

As a noun saint is

a title given to a saint, often prefixed to the person's name.

Parkway vs Street - What's the difference?

parkway | street |


As a noun 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.

As a proper noun street is

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Highstreet vs Street - What's the difference?

highstreet | street |


As a noun highstreet

is .

As a proper noun street is

.

Street vs Rode - What's the difference?

street | rode |


As proper nouns the difference between street and rode

is that street is while rode is (the oldest oceanid).

Street vs Backstreet - What's the difference?

street | backstreet |


As a proper noun street

is .

As an adjective backstreet is

associated with neighborhoods on back streets, often in older neighborhoods, with poorer residents.

As a noun backstreet is

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Street vs Load - What's the difference?

street | load |


As a proper noun street

is .

As a noun load is

a burden; a weight to be carried.

As a verb load is

to put a load on or in (a means of conveyance or a place of storage).

Subdistrict vs Street - What's the difference?

subdistrict | street |


As a noun subdistrict

is a district forming part of a larger district.

As a proper noun street is

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Street vs Row - What's the difference?

street | row |


As a proper noun street

is .

As a noun row is

trench, ditch.

Wide vs Street - What's the difference?

wide | street |


As an adjective wide

is having a large physical extent from side to side.

As an adverb wide

is extensively.

As a noun wide

is (cricket) a ball that passes so far from the batsman that the umpire deems it unplayable; the arm signal used by an umpire to signal a wide; the extra run added to the batting side's score.

As a proper noun street is

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