avenue

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈævɪnjuː/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/ˈævəˌnyu, -ˌnu/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(avə nyo̅o̅′, -no̅o̅′)


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avenue

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. a tree-lined avenue
  2. an avenue in downtown
  3. a famous [shopping, dining] avenue
  4. Is this an avenue or a street?
  5. [1st, Park, Washington] Avenue
  6. The [store, house] is on [1st] Avenue.
  7. Turn [right, left] onto [1st] Avenue.
  8. Merge onto [1st] Avenue.
  9. the (two) avenues [merge, converge] (at)
  10. take [1st] Avenue to
  11. walking [down, up, along] the avenue
  12. lives at the [end, start, beginning] of the avenue
  13. [Trees, Palms, Bushes] line the avenue.
  14. have begun to explore new avenues (of)
  15. are exploring new avenues (of)
  16. are looking for new avenues of
  17. a new avenue of [research, approach, communication]
  18. a new [research] avenue
  19. this is a brand new avenue for
  20. are (still) exploring (several) new avenues (of)
  21. had [no, little] avenue of escape
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