⇄Change DirectionTranslation for 'side street' from English to Polish
NOUN   a side street | side streets
bocznica {f} [ulica]side street
po drugiej stronie ulicy {adv}on the other side of the street
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Usage Examples English
  • Bakley was fatally shot in the head while sitting in Blake's vehicle, which was parked on a side street around the corner from the restaurant, across the street and behind a dumpster next to a construction site.
  • The bulk of the older buildings line the main street and the, until recently, single side street built in the narrow space between the bluffs and the river.
  • As the railroad era passed the old depot was closed and boarded up, and the once central location was only a side street.
  • While not immediately obvious, the temple grounds are somewhat wheelchair-accessible if entering from the side street instead of the main gate.
  • He and fellow gang member Ted Newberry were approaching the rear of the warehouse from a side street when they saw a police car nearing the building.
  • This is an unattended, automated remote switch housed in a small, square windowless brick building on a side street in Marysville village.
  • In the mid-1900s the council changed the street name to Lewis Street to avoid confusion between the main road and side street being both named Jasper as those in the area simply referred to the street as "the one Lewis's is on".
  • The other sections were a stub of the street continuing west of Roncesvalles and ending at Colborne Lodge Drive by High Park, and a short side street in Swansea running west from Ellis Avenue.
  • Primo de Rivera became a registered lawyer in 1925, and opened an office on a side street of Madrid very near the confluence of three principal avenues.
  • In the cathedral's case, this includes the picturesque remains of outbuildings in a spacious staired courtyard, and a working seminary with robed students on a cobblestone side-street.
  • Best way I can describe this one is that it's sort of like walking by a side street.
  • In Marines there is a residential side-street called "Place Kington", whilst in Kington there is a covered space by the market hall called "Place-de-Marines".
  • This north grassy knoll is adjacent to the former Texas School Book Depository building along the Elm Street abutment side street to the northeast, Elm Street, and a sidewalk to the south, a parking lot to the north and east and a railroad bridge atop the triple underpass convergence of Commerce, Main and Elm streets to the west.
  • Haig was born in a house on Charlotte Square, Edinburgh (but with postal address 19 Hope Street, the side street to the south-west; a plaque exists).
  • The Welsh Protestant martyr John Penry was also executed here on 6 April 1593; a small side street nearby is named after him.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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