Recent Examples of high street from the Web
Charity shops increasingly resemble other retail outlets, with appealing layouts, professional customer service and managers who honed their skills on the high street.
The high street is packed with people huddled around the trader’s huts, trying to get their hands on something rhubarb-filled.
The change of heart coincided with two developments: First, an increasing number of addicts, unable to afford OxyContin’s high street price, were turning to cheaper alternatives like heroin
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First Known Use of high street
before 12th century
HIGH STREET Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of high street for English Language Learners
: a town's main street where there are many shops, banks, etc.
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