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park in Motor vehicles topic

parkpark2 ●●● S2 verb  1 [intransitive, transitive]TTC to put a car or other vehicle in a particular place for a period of time You can’t park here – it’s private property. I couldn’t find anywhere to park. She parked the car on the drive. a line of parked cars2 [transitive] spokenPUT to put something in a particular place for a period of time, especially in a way that annoys someonepark something on/in etc something He parked a load of papers on my desk.3 park yourself park up→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
parkI couldn't find a place to park.Jack led Rothstein and friend to the West Side garage where the booze truck was parked.There were cars parked down both sides even if I'd wanted to get closer, which I didn't.Taxis have been parking here for more than thirty years.He called for tougher action by police on motorists who illegally park in and around existing bus stops.The spacious restaurant surrounded by a convenient parking lot beams out yellow.The palm-tree groves and pedestrian walkways represent a welcome change from the mostly treeless parking lots elsewhere in the valley.I informed Withers I would be needing my old parking space.My dad would park the Horsebox in the pub's car park.