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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishparkpark1 /pɑːk $ pɑːrk/ ●●● S1 W2 noun [countable]  1 DLOAREAa large open area with grass and trees, especially in a town, where people can walk, play games etc Let’s go for a walk in the park. a park bench a flat overlooking Hyde Park2 AREAa large area of land in the country which has been kept in its natural state to protect the plants and animals therenational/state/county park the Lake District National Park3 DHAREA British English a large enclosed area of land, with grass and trees, around a big house in the countryside4 the park5 American English informalDSB the field where a game of baseball is played amusement park, ball park(1), car park, national park, safari park, science park, theme park, trailer park
Examples from the Corpus
parkThey had a sheet showing a car park and also cars to cut out.Faults were discovered in the mountings on the crash barriers around the top deck of the car park in July.He proposed opening a second restaurant in the park to emulate the success of the Beach Chalet.In fact, they say, he hid in the labyrinth of coal pits beside the river in the park.Under any plan, said Griffin and Kennedy, the park faces $ 30 million to $ 50 million worth of rehabilitation.To help tackle the problem, the park authority is carrying out a research study.From 1924 until his death, he lived and worked in a studio adjacent to the park.The park is alive with bright color in the warmer months.national/state/county parkSubstantial fee increases for about 100 national parks will be announced by Interior Secretary Bruce Babbitt over the next two months.We have already announced our intention to establish independent authorities for the eight national parks currently run as county council committees.Each sovereign state has enacted legislation establishing national parks, scientific or scenic reserves and wilderness areas.My boss was struggling to finance every national park and game reserve in the country.Many poor countries neglect their national parks.