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park

  

      n  
1    a large area of land preserved in a natural state for recreational use by the public  
   See also       national park  
2    a piece of open land in a town with public amenities  
3      (N.Z.)   an area, esp. of mountain country, reserved for recreational purposes  
4    a large area of land forming a private estate  
5      (English law)   an enclosed tract of land where wild beasts are protected, acquired by a subject by royal grant or prescription  
   Compare       forest       5  
6    an area designed and landscaped to accommodate a group of related enterprises, businesses, research establishments, etc.  
science park     
7      (U.S. and Canadian)      See       amusement park  
8      (U.S., Canadian, and N.Z.)      See       car park  
9      (U.S. and Canadian)   a playing field or sports stadium  
10    the park     (Brit)  
informal   a soccer pitch  
11    a gear selector position on the automatic transmission of a motor vehicle that acts as a parking brake  
12    the area in which the equipment and supplies of a military formation are assembled  
13    a high valley surrounded by mountains in the western U.S.  
      vb  
14    to stop and leave (a vehicle) temporarily  
15    to manoeuvre (a motor vehicle) into a space for it to be left  
try to park without hitting the kerb     
16      (Stock Exchange)   to register (securities) in the name of another or of nominees in order to conceal their real ownership  
17    tr  
Informal   to leave or put somewhere  
park yourself in front of the fire     
18    intr     (Military)   to arrange equipment in a park  
19    tr   to enclose in or as a park  
     (C13: from Old French parc, from Medieval Latin parricus enclosure, from Germanic; compare Old High German pfarrih pen, Old English pearruc paddock1)  
  parklike      adj  


Algonquin Park  
      n   a provincial park in S Canada, in E Ontario, containing over 1200 lakes. Area: 7100 sq. km (2741 sq. miles)  
amusement park  
      n   an open-air entertainment area consisting of stalls, side shows, etc.  
business park  
      n   an area specially designated and landscaped to accommodate business offices, warehouses, light industry, etc.  
car park  
      n   an area or building reserved for parking cars,   (Usual U.S. and Canadian term)    parking lot  
country park  
      n     (Brit)   an area of countryside, usually not less than 10 hectares, set aside for public recreation: often funded by a Countryside Commission grant  
double-park  
      vb   to park (a car or other vehicle) alongside or directly opposite another already parked by the roadside, thereby causing an obstruction  
forest park  
      n     (N.Z)   a recreational reserve which may include bush and exotic trees  
game park  
      n   (esp. in Africa) a large area of country set aside as a reserve for wild animals  
Hyde Park  
      n   a park in W central London: popular for open-air meetings  
Jasper National Park  
      n   a national park in SW Canada, in W Alberta in the Rockies: wildlife sanctuary. Area: 10900 sq. km (4200 sq. miles)  
Kruger National Park  
      n   a wildlife sanctuary in NE South Africa: the world's largest game reserve. Area: over 21700 sq. km (8400 sq. miles)  
Mammoth Cave National Park  
      n   a national park in W central Kentucky: established in 1941 to protect a system of limestone caverns  
motor park  
      n      a W African name for       car park  
Mount McKinley National Park  
      n   a national park in S central Alaska: contains part of the Alaska Range Area: 7847 sq. km (3030 sq. miles)  
Mount Rainier National Park  
      n   a national park in W Washington, in the Cascade Range. Area: 976 sq. km (377 sq. miles)  
national park  
      n   an area of countryside for public use designated by a national government as being of notable scenic, environmental, or historical importance  
National Park  
      n   a mountainous volcanic region in New Zealand, in the central North Island: ski resort  
Park  
      n  
1    Mungo (<PH:'><PH:m><PH:^><PH:1><PH:g><PH:&><PH:U>). 1771--1806, Scottish explorer. He led two expeditions (1795--97; 1805--06) to trace the course of the Niger in Africa. He was drowned during the second expedition  
2    Chung Hee. (<PH:'><PH:t><PH:$><PH:U><PH:1> <PH:'><PH:h><PH:i><PH::>). 1917--79, South Korean politician; president of the Republic of Korea (1963--79); assassinated  
park keeper  
      n   (in Britain) an official employed by a local authority to patrol and supervise a public park  
park savanna  
      n   savanna grassland scattered with trees  
Regent's Park  
      n   a park in central London, laid out as Marylebone Park by John Nash; now known for the London Zoo, its open-air theatre, and Nash's curved terraces  
safari park  
      n   an enclosed park in which lions and other wild animals are kept uncaged in the open and can be viewed by the public from cars, etc.  
science park  
      n   an area usually linked with a university where scientific research and commercial development are carried on in cooperation  
Sequoia National Park  
      n   a national park in central California, in the Sierra Nevada Mountains: established in 1890 to protect groves of giant sequoias, some of which are about 4000 years old. Area: 1556 sq. km (601 sq. miles)  
Shenandoah National Park  
      n   a national park in N Virginia: established in 1935 to protect part of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Area: 782 sq. km (302 sq. miles)  
theme park  
      n   an area planned as a leisure attraction, in which all the displays, buildings, activities, etc., are based on or relate to one particular subject  
Yellowstone National Park  
      n   a national park in the NW central U.S., mostly in NW Wyoming: the oldest and largest national park in the U.S., containing unusual geological formations and geysers. Area: 8956 sq. km (3458 sq. miles)  
Yosemite National Park  
      n   a national park in central California, in the Sierra Nevada Mountains: contains the Yosemite Valley, at an altitude of about 1200 m (4000 ft.), with sheer walls rising about another 1200 m (4000 ft.). Area: 3061 sq. km (1182 sq. miles)  
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Park  
      n  
1    Mungo (<PH:'><PH:m><PH:^><PH:1><PH:g><PH:&><PH:U>). 1771--1806, Scottish explorer. He led two expeditions (1795--97; 1805--06) to trace the course of the Niger in Africa. He was drowned during the second expedition  
2    Chung Hee. (<PH:'><PH:t><PH:$><PH:U><PH:1> <PH:'><PH:h><PH:i><PH::>). 1917--79, South Korean politician; president of the Republic of Korea (1963--79); assassinated  


Algonquin Park  
      n   a provincial park in S Canada, in E Ontario, containing over 1200 lakes. Area: 7100 sq. km (2741 sq. miles)  
amusement park  
      n   an open-air entertainment area consisting of stalls, side shows, etc.  
business park  
      n   an area specially designated and landscaped to accommodate business offices, warehouses, light industry, etc.  
car park  
      n   an area or building reserved for parking cars,   (Usual U.S. and Canadian term)    parking lot  
country park  
      n     (Brit)   an area of countryside, usually not less than 10 hectares, set aside for public recreation: often funded by a Countryside Commission grant  
double-park  
      vb   to park (a car or other vehicle) alongside or directly opposite another already parked by the roadside, thereby causing an obstruction  
forest park  
      n     (N.Z)   a recreational reserve which may include bush and exotic trees  
game park  
      n   (esp. in Africa) a large area of country set aside as a reserve for wild animals  
Hyde Park  
      n   a park in W central London: popular for open-air meetings  
Jasper National Park  
      n   a national park in SW Canada, in W Alberta in the Rockies: wildlife sanctuary. Area: 10900 sq. km (4200 sq. miles)  
Kruger National Park  
      n   a wildlife sanctuary in NE South Africa: the world's largest game reserve. Area: over 21700 sq. km (8400 sq. miles)  
Mammoth Cave National Park  
      n   a national park in W central Kentucky: established in 1941 to protect a system of limestone caverns  
motor park  
      n      a W African name for       car park  
Mount McKinley National Park  
      n   a national park in S central Alaska: contains part of the Alaska Range Area: 7847 sq. km (3030 sq. miles)  
Mount Rainier National Park  
      n   a national park in W Washington, in the Cascade Range. Area: 976 sq. km (377 sq. miles)  
national park  
      n   an area of countryside for public use designated by a national government as being of notable scenic, environmental, or historical importance  
National Park  
      n   a mountainous volcanic region in New Zealand, in the central North Island: ski resort  
park  
      n  
1    a large area of land preserved in a natural state for recreational use by the public  
   See also       national park  
2    a piece of open land in a town with public amenities  
3      (N.Z.)   an area, esp. of mountain country, reserved for recreational purposes  
4    a large area of land forming a private estate  
5      (English law)   an enclosed tract of land where wild beasts are protected, acquired by a subject by royal grant or prescription  
   Compare       forest       5  
6    an area designed and landscaped to accommodate a group of related enterprises, businesses, research establishments, etc.  
science park     
7      (U.S. and Canadian)      See       amusement park  
8      (U.S., Canadian, and N.Z.)      See       car park  
9      (U.S. and Canadian)   a playing field or sports stadium  
10    the park     (Brit)  
informal   a soccer pitch  
11    a gear selector position on the automatic transmission of a motor vehicle that acts as a parking brake  
12    the area in which the equipment and supplies of a military formation are assembled  
13    a high valley surrounded by mountains in the western U.S.  
      vb  
14    to stop and leave (a vehicle) temporarily  
15    to manoeuvre (a motor vehicle) into a space for it to be left  
try to park without hitting the kerb     
16      (Stock Exchange)   to register (securities) in the name of another or of nominees in order to conceal their real ownership  
17    tr  
Informal   to leave or put somewhere  
park yourself in front of the fire     
18    intr     (Military)   to arrange equipment in a park  
19    tr   to enclose in or as a park  
     (C13: from Old French parc, from Medieval Latin parricus enclosure, from Germanic; compare Old High German pfarrih pen, Old English pearruc paddock1)  
  parklike      adj  
park keeper  
      n   (in Britain) an official employed by a local authority to patrol and supervise a public park  
park savanna  
      n   savanna grassland scattered with trees  
Regent's Park  
      n   a park in central London, laid out as Marylebone Park by John Nash; now known for the London Zoo, its open-air theatre, and Nash's curved terraces  
safari park  
      n   an enclosed park in which lions and other wild animals are kept uncaged in the open and can be viewed by the public from cars, etc.  
science park  
      n   an area usually linked with a university where scientific research and commercial development are carried on in cooperation  
Sequoia National Park  
      n   a national park in central California, in the Sierra Nevada Mountains: established in 1890 to protect groves of giant sequoias, some of which are about 4000 years old. Area: 1556 sq. km (601 sq. miles)  
Shenandoah National Park  
      n   a national park in N Virginia: established in 1935 to protect part of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Area: 782 sq. km (302 sq. miles)  
theme park  
      n   an area planned as a leisure attraction, in which all the displays, buildings, activities, etc., are based on or relate to one particular subject  
Yellowstone National Park  
      n   a national park in the NW central U.S., mostly in NW Wyoming: the oldest and largest national park in the U.S., containing unusual geological formations and geysers. Area: 8956 sq. km (3458 sq. miles)  
Yosemite National Park  
      n   a national park in central California, in the Sierra Nevada Mountains: contains the Yosemite Valley, at an altitude of about 1200 m (4000 ft.), with sheer walls rising about another 1200 m (4000 ft.). Area: 3061 sq. km (1182 sq. miles)  

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park

  
1   
      n   estate, garden, grounds, parkland, pleasure garden, recreation ground, woodland  
2   
      vb   leave, manoeuvre, position, station  

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