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English definition of “park”

park

verb
 
 
/pɑːk/
[I or T] to leave a vehicle somewhere for a period: Staff park their cars in front of the main building. There's nowhere to park on the street.
[T] informal FINANCE if you park money, an investment, etc. you leave it with another person or organization for a period of time. This is sometimes done to avoid tax and is illegal if it is done to hide the fact that you own something: park sth in sth More investors are seeking to park their money in an off-shore location. The funds were parked in an anonymous account.
[T] informal MEETINGS if you park an idea, problem, etc. you decide not to deal with it until later: Let's park this issue for a moment and return to it later in the meeting.
(Definition of park verb from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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