(place) A street in downtown Washington, D.C., on which many lobbyists have offices.
(US, politics, slang) The people and firms that lobby the United States Congress.
The group of lobbyists who attempt to influence the policies of the US government.
Origin of k-street
- After K Street , street in Washington, DC, on which the offices of many lobbying firms are located
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
- After K Street in Washington, D.C.