Noun: парк заповедник место стоянки автомобилей устричный садок
Verb: парковать оставлять ставить на стоянку ставить парком


to park a car - припарковать машину

to park a car in a garage - ставить машину в гараж

amusement park - парк развлечений

city park - городской парк

national park - национальный парк

public park - общественный парк

zoological park - зоопарк

car park - автостоянка

coach park - стоянка автобусов

the public opening of the new park - публичное открытие нового парка

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Let's meet at the park. - Давайте встретимся в парке.

I parked on the street. - Я припарковался на улице.

park the car in the yard - припаркуй машину во дворе

We biked to the park. - Мы поехали на великах в парк.

Can you park right here? - Вы можете припарковаться прямо здесь?

We skate at the park. - Мы катаемся на роликах в парке.

We sat on a park bench. - Мы сидели на скамейке в парке.

The house faces the park. - Дом смотрит на парк.

The car park is underground. - Автомобильная стоянка находится под землёй.

The house is close to the park. - Дом расположен рядом с парком.

He parked behind a desk. - Он устроился за партой. / Он уселся за письменный стол.

New York City's Central Park - Центральный парк Нью-Йорка

The car park is for staff only. - Парковка — только для сотрудников.

141 Park Drive - Парк-драйв, дом 141

The park closes at dusk. - Парк закрывается на закате солнца.

We picnicked in the park. - Мы устроили в парке пикник.

We took a turn in the park. - Мы завернули в парк.

The building faces the park. - Фасад здания обращён на парк.

Unleash the dogs in the park. - Отпусти собак погулять по парку без поводка.

a brisk walk in the park - прогулка в парке быстрым шагом / энергичная прогулка в парке

a rugby game in Eden Park - регбийный матч в Эден-парке

The school is opposite a park. - Школа находится напротив парка.

Park your bags in the hallway. - Оставьте пока сумки в прихожей.

I parked the car on the street. - Я оставил машину на улице.

She walked her dog in the park. - Она выгуливала свою собаку в парке.

We went for a walk in the park. - Мы пошли в парк прогуляться.

John parked his hat in the hall. - Джон оставил свою шляпу в холле.

Let's go for a walk in the park. - Давайте прогуляемся в парке.

I couldn't find a place to park. - Я не мог найти место для парковки.

two minutes to traverse the park - две минуты, чтобы пересечь парк

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Связанные термины:

car park: A car park is an area or building where people can leave their cars.

game park: A game park is a large area of land, especially in Africa, where wild animals can live safely.

Hyde Park: a park in W central London : popular for open-air meetings

Oak Park: village in NE Ill .: suburb of Chicago : pop. 53,000

park-ride: a transport system designed to encourage drivers to park their cars outside the city and use public transport to travel into the city

play park: A play park is a children's playground .

the park: a soccer pitch

animal park: a zoo in which wild animals are housed and displayed in large open spaces designed to resemble their native habitats

Asbury Park: city in EC N. J ., on the Atlantic: an ocean resort : pop. 17,000

Buena Park: city in SW Calif.: suburb of Los Angeles: pop. 78,000

coach park: an area reserved for parking coaches

double-park: If someone double-parks their car or their car double-parks, they park in a road by the side of another parked car.

forest park: a recreational reserve which may include bush and exotic trees

local park: A park is a public area of land with grass and trees, usually in a town, where people go in order to relax and enjoy themselves.

Menlo Park: village in NE N. J . that was the site of Thomas Edison's workshop (1876-87)

motor park: an area or building reserved for parking cars

office park: a complex of office buildings located on land planted with lawns, trees, bushes, etc.

oyster park: a place, esp on the sea bed, where oysters breed and grow naturally or are cultivated for food or pearls

Park Avenue: a wealthy residential street in New York City, regarded as a symbol of high society, fashion, etc.

park bench: a long seat made of wood or metal that two or more people can sit on, placed in a public place or open space in a town

park keeper: A park-keeper is a person whose job is to look after a park.

Park Range: range of the Rockies, in NC Colo. & S Wyo.: highest peak, 14,284 ft (4,354 m )

park ranger: an official in charge of a forest, park, estate, nature reserve, etc

park warden: (in Britain) an official employed by a local authority to patrol and supervise a public park

retail park: A retail park is a large specially built area, usually at the edge of a town or city, where there are a lot of large shops and sometimes other facilities such as cinemas and restaurants.

safari park: A safari park is a large enclosed area of land where wild animals, such as lions and elephants, live freely. People can pay to drive through the park and look at the animals.

skate park: a park or area built for people to ride on skateboards in

theme park: A theme park is a large outdoor area where people pay to go to enjoy themselves. All the different activities in a theme park are usually based on a particular idea or theme.

urban park: A park is a public area of land with grass and trees, usually in a town, where people go in order to relax and enjoy themselves.

Baldwin Park: city in SW Calif.: suburb of Los Angeles: pop. 76,000

Brooklyn Park: city in SE Minn.: suburb of Minneapolis : pop. 67,000

business park: an area specially designated and landscaped to accommodate business offices, warehouses, light industry, etc

country park: an area of countryside, usually not less than 10 hectares, set aside for public recreation : often funded by a Countryside Commission grant

memorial park: a cemetery

Monterey Park: city in SW Calif.: suburb of Los Angeles: pop. 60,000

national park: A national park is a large area of land which is protected by the government because of its natural beauty, plants, or animals, and which the public can usually visit .

Overland Park: city in NE Kans.: suburb of Kansas City: pop. 149,000

parallel-park: If you parallel park a vehicle or parallel park somewhere, you drive the vehicle into a position behind another vehicle in order to park it there.

park savanna: savanna grassland scattered with trees

Regent's Park: 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

research park: an industrial park whose facilities are devoted to research and development

science park: A science park is an area, usually linked to a university, where there are a lot of private companies, especially ones concerned with high technology .

trailer park: A trailer park is an area where people can pay to park their trailers and live in them.

wildlife park: an enclosed area of land where uncaged wild animals roam, fairly freely, in conditions designed to mimic their natural habitat as closely as possible

adventure park: a place offering a variety of outdoor entertainments involving physical challenges, esp for children

Algonquin Park: a provincial park in S Canada, in E Ontario, containing over 1200 lakes. Area: 7100 sq km (2741 sq miles)

amusement park: An amusement park is the same as a → funfair .

Bletchley Park: the Buckinghamshire estate which was the centre of British code-breaking operations during World War II

Huntington Park: city in SW Calif.: pop. 61,000

industrial park: An industrial park is the same as anindustrial estate .

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Однокоренные слова:

impark - использовать под парк, помещать в парк
parking - стоянка, автостоянка, автомобильная стоянка
parkish - похожий на парк
unpark - отогнать с места стоянки, распарковывать, возвращать в рабочее положение

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