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8.
as a verb: to get rid of something in a hurry, toss it, throw it in the 'street'.
you better street them empties in case we get pulled over.
by highfive September 13, 2008
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9.
Of or relating to the gangster-basketball scene. "Street" is a term used to describe a person who dresses like a "street baller." Clothing usually worn by a "street baller" include, but not limited to, items such as timberlands, jump suits, jordan shoes, shirts, and headbands. This person, "Street", usually has no association with basketball what-so-ever.
jime "street" ellis is always wearing his timbs and jordan gear which he copied from another friend who plays basketball.
by bob "jamaica" marley February 01, 2007
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10.
Day-to-day clothing. Opposite of a work uniform/attire.
Melbin Toast- "Woah, check out John in his streets, i didn't know he wore slacks."

Seymour Duncan- "Yeah its odd to see him in his streets, im used to seeing him in only a white shirt and tie."

Melbin Toast- "I wonder when John is at home if his family says 'Hey look at dad in his works!' "

Seymour- "..."
by The_Buddy January 14, 2012
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11.
The act of leaving, one simply says streets and then they are off.
That bitch is crazy! Dude, streets
by Ballin Andy October 23, 2008
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12.
street skating. a form of skating involving staircases, handrails, benches, planterboxes, curbs or any urban object a skater can ollie on or off, grind with their skateboards. this type of skating began in the 1980s as a reaction to skateparks closing and disappearing forever. today's skateparks consist of street objects.
the new generation skates street whiles the old generation skates vert.
by jackson j May 27, 2006
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13.
hip, cool etc
check out these tunes - they're street
by coraline November 20, 2003
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14.
Native Americans would say this back when the pioneers where just settling in Arizona. Because of the pioneers bloodlust they used code to let other natives know where or not it was okay to travel on certain pioneer streets at night.
Depending on how the street was allowed for someone to say Streets Ahead, Streets Behind, or Streets just fine.

For the modern day usage, streets just classifies if something is cool or not. A clever way to judge someone without them realizing what you are talking about. Just like the Natives of old.
Olden Day:

"Little bear, this is streets is behind."
"Someone told me this street was just fine."

or

"This is streets ahead and we will be just fine traveling home buffalo hoof."
"Look out wolf heart! This street has surprised us!"
"What did that injun say?"
*death*

Modern Day:

"Man, my homework really sucks."
"Streets ahead little bear."

or

"This book I'm reading is streets behind."
"Let me see that."
"Well, what do you think?"
"This street is just fine, your the a-hole thats streets behind."
"Bastard."
*death*
by numpers October 28, 2010
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