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uk   /ˌpɑːk.ənˈraɪd/  us   /ˌpɑːrk.ənˈraɪd/
[C] a ​place in or near a ​town or ​city where you can ​parkyourcarcheaply and take a ​bus or other ​form of ​publictransport into the ​centre: It's ​easiest to ​leaveyourcar in the park-and-ride.
[U] the ​system of ​leavingyourcar in a ​park and ​ridearea and taking ​publictransport to the ​citycentre: Use park-and-ride ​whereverpossible. the park-and-ride ​system
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