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German - English (British) translations for "Straße"

"Straße" German translation




Straße means 'street' in English.

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Meaning: road

Die Straße ist sehr breit.

The road is very wide.

Meaning: street

Ich wohne in einer ruhigen Straße.

I live on a quiet street.

Meaning: way

Der beste Weg zur Arbeit ist mit dem Fahrrad.

The best way to work is by bicycle.

Meaning: avenue

Die Einkaufsmeile hat viele schöne Geschäfte.

The avenue has many beautiful shops.


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A1: Die Straße ist lang.

A1: The street is long.

A1: Ich gehe die Straße entlang.

A1: I walk along the street.

A1: Das Haus steht an der Straße.

A1: The house is located on the street.

B1: Die Straße wurde vor zwei Jahren renoviert.

B1: The street was renovated two years ago.

B1: In der Stadt gibt es viele verschiedene Straßen.

B1: There are many different streets in the city.

B2: Ich habe gestern eine neue Straße entdeckt.

B2: Yesterday, I discovered a new street.

B2: Die Straßen sind während der Rushhour sehr voll.

B2: The streets are very crowded during rush hour.

C1: Die Straßenverhältnisse waren aufgrund des Schneefalls schlecht.

C1: The road conditions were poor due to the snowfall.

C1: Auf dieser Straße herrscht ein Tempolimit von 50 km/h.

C1: There is a speed limit of 50 km/h on this road.

C2: Der Unfall führte zu einer Sperrung der Straße.

C2: The accident led to a road closure.

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In German, the word Straße refers to a public road or thoroughfare that is typically lined with buildings and used for vehicular and pedestrian traffic. It is an essential component of urban infrastructure and plays a crucial role in connecting different areas of a city or town.

Straßen can vary in size and function, ranging from small residential streets to major avenues or boulevards. They often have designated lanes for cars, bicycles, and pedestrians, as well as sidewalks for walking. Straßen may also feature traffic lights, crosswalks, and other traffic control measures to ensure safe and efficient movement of vehicles and people.

When navigating a German city or town, it is important to be familiar with the local Straßen as they are commonly referenced in addresses and directions. Many Straßen are named after historical figures, landmarks, or significant events, providing insights into the cultural and historical heritage of the area.

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