November 8, 2006

What's the difference between a road and a street?

While poking around at today (seriously, reading the dictionary has always been one of my favorite pastimes), I found this great reference list of "differences."

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The difference between a road and a street?

"A road usually runs between two more distant points, such as between two towns. A street is described as being a paved road or highway - in a city, town, or village, especially one lined with houses, shops, or other buildings. The implication is that if a street does not have these things, it will probably be called a road. When a town expands, sometimes what was formerly a road will become a street. The word road is the more general term, though, and can be applied to a street. Street is the narrower term."

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Anonymous said...

Okay call me a word nerd but I am going right over to check out that link. I love your blog!

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