Definition of 'car park'
Example sentences containing 'car park'
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And put the car parking underground. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Today the location is occupied by an office building and a car park. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It is a busy local car park in that area. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Nervous about dark alleyways and gloomy underground car parks? Times, Sunday Times (2008)In the car park are sports cars and expensive carbon road bikes. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Access will be by foot or on a fleet of shuttles that will run from a new mainland car park. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The land directly in front of my future balcony is used as a car park by people working in the village. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It will make their business more profitable and is likely to lead to more cameras to catch motorists in car parking areas. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Up to 1,000 homes with underground car parking will be built. Times, Sunday Times (2013)They're leaving through an underground car park. Times, Sunday Times (2015)I saw injured people around the car park. The Sun (2016)I imagine a shiny new sports car parked in his drive. The Sun (2008)It is often hidden in an underground car park, so you may need patience to track it down. Times, Sunday Times (2015)I was on my way to a meeting and the instructions directed me to an underground car park. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Public information on their lifestyles - has one of these people got a new sports car parked outside his house? Times, Sunday Times (2010) People in the car park helped to free some of the 33 passengers before the emergency services arrived to release those still trapped. Times, Sunday Times (2007)A campaign has been launched to protect dogs, with signs being erected in car parks in affected areas. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The court heard that the defendants called the area of the car park'her corner '. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Security guards will wear the tiny devices as they patrol wards, corridors, public areas and car parks. Times, Sunday Times (2008)WITH its white stucco walls and expensive sports cars parked outside, it could be the villa of a successful City lawyer. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
Translations for 'car park'
British English: car park /kɑː pɑːk/ NOUN
A car park is an area or building where people can leave their cars.
- American English: parking lot
- Arabic: مَوْقِفٌ عَامٌّ لِلسَّيَّارات
- Brazilian Portuguese: estacionamento
- Chinese: 停车场
- Croatian: parkiralište
- Czech: parkoviště
- Danish: parkeringsplads
- Dutch: parkeerterrein
- European Spanish: aparcamiento
- Finnish: pysäköintialue
- French: parking
- German: Parkplatz
- Greek: χώρος στάθμευσης αυτοκινήτου
- Italian: parcheggio
- Japanese: 駐車場
- Korean: 주차장
- Norwegian: parkeringsplass
- Polish: parking
- European Portuguese: estacionamento
- Romanian: parcare
- Russian: автостоянка
- Spanish: estacionamiento
- Swedish: bilparkering
- Thai: ที่จอดรถ
- Turkish: otopark
- Ukrainian: автостоянка
- Vietnamese: bãi đỗ xe ô tô
Definition of car park from the Collins English Dictionary
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