I am not able to find a translation to that prhase in spanish. Can anybody just tell me what it means?

I have also found "down the train"

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I was walking down the street = estaba caminando por la calle
i was walking down the sidewalk = estaba caminando por la acera


i was walking down the train hallway = yo estaba caminando por el pasillo del tren

Hay algo que es: "por el desagüe" = "down the drain"

water was running down the drain = El agua corría por el desagüe

Espero te ayude.

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tiffy 7330

Hi! "down the street" means a walking distance in the same street.

For example:

  • Ana's house is situated between the bakery and drugstore down the street.
  • If you are hungry, you should visit Mackie's Special Burger down the street.

I hope this helps.

 

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down the street mean (in) like walk down the street as i think

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When you're giving directions you can use that expression, down the street, to indicate that the person should ( depending of the side the person or the place he's looking for) continue walking literally means Al final de la calle.

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Astheart 2900
"DOWN THE STREET" means "ALONG THE STREET".

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Astheart 2900
"DOWN THE TRAIN" means "BY TRAIN". :)

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It means within a walking distance in the English language.

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