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NOUN   la rue | les rues
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VERB   ruer | rue | avoir rué | ruant
NOUN1   rue | -
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NOUN2   a rue | rues
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VERB  to rue | rued | rued ... 
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SYNO   to regret | to repent | to rue ... 
rue {f}
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street <St.>
bot. T
bot. T
rue {f}road <Rd.>
2 Words: Nouns
comm. rue {f} commerçanteshopping street
rue {f} passantebusy street
trafic urban rue {f} piétonnepedestrian street
trafic urban rue {f} piétonnièrepedestrian street
trafic urban rue {f} principalemain street
urban rue {f} transversaleside street
3 Words: Others
dans la rue {adv}in the street
dans la rue {adv}on the street [Am.]
3 Words: Verbs
dévaler la rueto race down the street
3 Words: Nouns
arts urban art {m} de ruestreet art
chambre {f} côté rueroom overlooking the street
mil. combat {m} de ruestreet fighting
cuis. cuisine {f} de ruestreet food
enfants {m.pl} de ruewaifs and strays
arts mus. occup. musicien {m} de ruebusker [esp. Br.] [street musician]
arts mus. occup. musicien {m} de ruestreet musician
trafic urban rue {f} semi-piétonnepedestrian street with permission for delivery vehicles
4 Words: Others
mène cette rue ?Where does this road go to?
4 Words: Verbs
aborder qn. dans la rueto approach sb. in the street
avoir pignon sur rue [fam.] [loc.]to be well-established [idiom] [shop, business]
avoir pignon sur rue [fam.] [loc.]to have a house of one's own
passer par une rueto go along a street
4 Words: Nouns
trafic rue {f} à double senstwo-way street
rue {f} à sens uniqueone-way street
rue {f} pleine de mouvementbusy street
5+ Words: Others
trafic conscient des dangers de la rue {adj}streetwise
du côté opposé de la rue {adv}on the opposite side of the street
trafic en plein milieu de la rue {adv}right in the middle of the road
5+ Words: Verbs
habiter plus bas dans la rueto live down the street
dr. se faire agresser dans la rueto be mugged in the street
Fiction (Literature and Film)
film F L'Homme de la rueMeet John Doe [Frank Capra]
film F La Rue chaudeWalk on the Wild Side [Edward Dmytryk (1962)]
littérat. F Rue des voleurs [Mathias Énard (2012)]Street of Thieves
film F Rue sans issueDead End [William Wyler (1937 film)]
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