English version

side street

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishside streetˈside street noun [countable]  a street that is smaller than a main street, but is often connected to it
Examples from the Corpus
side streetFrom a side street, police in full riot-proof regalia emerged to split the crowd in two.Alexei rode between dragons moulded from paper and paste which were lined up in a side street.He found it on a side street a block from the harbor.As he stepped off the pavement to cross the side street, he felt as if he were stepping off a cliff.He faltered in the middle of the side street, though cars snarled beside him.
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