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English definition of “park”

park

noun [C]  /pɑrk/ us  

park noun [C] (AREA OF LAND)

a large area of land with grass and trees which is maintained for the pleasure of the public: a picnic in the park Central Park

park

verb [I/T]  /pɑrk/ us  

park verb [I/T] (STOP)

to leave a vehicle in a place where it can stay for a period of time, or fig.infml to put yourself or something in a particular place for a period of time: [I] Where did you park? [T] Just park your car out front. [T] fig.infml He parked himself in front of the TV.
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