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Anonymous asked in Cars & TransportationCommuting · 1 decade ago

what's the difference between these in brackets?

market [street]

telegraph [avenue]

graham [circuit]

stella [heights]

Mc. Ann [drive]

ashbury [circle]

airport [road]

thomas [court]

can you add another one?

Update:

Excellent !! pink_swe. thank you

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
    Best Answer

    EDIT2: from Wikipedia

    Major roads

    * Highway

    o Autobahn

    o Auto-estrada

    o Autoroute

    o Autostrada

    o Autostrasse

    o Byway

    o Expressway

    o Freeway

    o Motorway

    o Pike

    * Avenue

    * Boulevard

    * Road

    * Street

    Small roads (often residential/suburban)

    * Alley

    * Bay

    * Drive

    * Fairway[clarification needed]

    * Gardens

    * Gate

    * Grove

    * Heights

    * Highlands

    * Knoll

    * Lane

    * Manor

    * Mews

    * Passage

    * Pathway

    * Place

    * Row

    * Terrace

    * Trail

    * View

    * Way

    Culs-de-sac

    * Close

    * Court

    * Cove

    * Croft

    * Garth

    * Green

    * Lawn

    * Nook

    * Place

    Named for their shape

    * Circle

    * Crescent

    * Loop

    * Oval

    * Quadrant

    * Square

    Named for geographical attributes

    * Canyon

    * Causeway

    * Grade

    * Hill

    * Mount

    * Parkway

    * Rise

    * Vale

    Named for their function

    * Approach

    EDIT: this will take the whole weekend and beyond... ;)

    [Abbey]

    [Acres]

    [Allée]

    [Alley]

    [Autoroute] Métropolitaine

    [Bay]

    [Beach]

    [Bend]

    Glenvale [Boulevard]

    Box Grove [By-pass]

    [Byway]

    [Campus]

    [Cape]

    [Carré]

    [Carrefour]

    [Centre]

    [Cercle]

    [Chase]

    [Chemin] Dumfries

    [Close]

    [Common]

    [Concession]

    [Corners]

    [Côte] Franklin

    [Cour]

    [Cours]

    [Cove]

    Wanless [Crescent]

    [Croissant] Surrey

    [Crossing]

    [Cul-de-sac]

    [Dale]

    [Dell]

    [Diversion]

    [Downs]

    [Échangeur]

    [End]

    [Esplanade]

    [Estates]

    Gardiner [Expressway]

    [Extension]

    [Farm]

    [Field]

    [Forest]

    [Freeway]

    [Front]

    Ada [Gardens]

    Dolan [Gate]

    [Glade]

    [Glen]

    [Green]

    [Grounds]

    [Grove]

    [Harbour]

    [Heath]

    [Highlands]

    [Highway] 7

    [Hill]

    [Hollow]

    [Île]

    [Impasse]

    [Inlet]

    [Island]

    [Key]

    [Knoll]

    [Landing]

    Paddock [Lane]

    [Limits]

    9th [Line]

    [Link]

    [Lookout]

    [Loop]

    The East [Mall]

    Hawkweed [Manor]

    [Maze]

    [Meadow]

    [Mews]

    [Montée]

    [Moor]

    [Mount]

    [Mountain]

    [Orchard]

    [Parade]

    [Parc]

    [Park]

    Allstate [Parkway]

    [Passage]

    The Bridel [Path]

    [Pathway]

    [Pines]

    Storey [Place]

    [Plateau]

    [Plaza]

    [Point]

    [Pointe]

    [Port]

    [Private]

    [Promenade]

    [Quai]

    Queens [Quay]

    [Ramp]

    [Rang] Saint-Phillipe

    [Range]

    [Ridge]

    [Rise]

    [Rond-point]

    [Route] Bégin

    [Row]

    [Rue] Papineau

    [Ruelle] des Ursulines

    [Run]

    [Sentier]

    Massey [Square]

    [Subdivision]

    Mariner [Terrace]

    [Terrasse] Laurentienne

    [Thicket]

    [Towers]

    [Townline]

    Holmcrest [Trail]

    [Turnabout]

    [Vale]

    [Via]

    [View]

    [Village]

    [Villas]

    [Vista]

    [Voie]

    The Bridle [Walk]

    Blue Jays [Way]

    [Wharf]

    [Wood]

    [Wynd]

  • Jim
    Lv 6
    1 decade ago

    San Miquel [lane]

  • 4 years ago

    The first two sets are arithmetical, the last grammatical.

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