hubo mucha gente en la calle

hubo mucha gente en la calle(
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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
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1. (general)
a. there were a lot of people in the street
El domingo, hubo mucha gente en la calle toda la mañana, pero luego empezó a llover.There were a lot of people in the street all morning on Sunday, but then it started raining.
b. many of the people who were in the street
Hubo mucha gente en la calle que salió corriendo al oír los disparos.Many of the people who were in the street started running when they heard the shots.
c. there was a lot of people on that street (living in that street)
Cuando abrieron todos esos bares, hubo mucha gente en la calle que decidió irse a vivir a otro sitio.When they opened all those bars, there was a lot of people on that street who decided to go live somewhere else.
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