|Origin:||parc, from Medieval Latin parricus|
a 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 Park
a large area of land in the country which has been kept in its natural state to protect the plants and animals there
the Lake District National Park
3DH British English
a large enclosed area of land, with grass and trees, around a big house in the countryside
4 British English informalDSO
the field where a game of football or rugby is played [= the pitch]:
He was easily the best player on the park.
5 American English informalDSB
the field where a game of baseball is played