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Down The Street ( nearby to where one is; on the same street that one is located ... )

"Down The Street"

Down the street is a place you can get to very quickly by following this same street you are on now.

Example: "Where does your grandmother live?" Reply: "She's just down the street."

One often adds the word "just" because the place which is (just) down the street is usually very near.

Example: "Where are the kids?" Reply: "They are down the street at their friends' house."

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