American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Canadian A multilevel structure for parking motor vehicles.
- n. Canada A multi-level parking garage.
- Canadian English. From park + arcade. (Wiktionary)
- Blend of park and arcade. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“The company responsible for the parkade is willing to pay for repairs.”
“Mackey said the parkade was a step towards realising”
“Hope said she saw a parkade on fire and cars ablaze.”
“Just saw a sign in a downtown parkade proclaiming "No skateboarding, no animals, no soliciting, no vagrants.”
“I guess I cain't look for him at that fancy downtown parkade.”
“I love the town square, which converges on a central parkade where tourists and locals alike hang out.”
“So I begin a third time to say, I was in a parkade and the coat was damaged.”
“Just a few steps into the parkade and BOOM down we both go.”
“The plaza would have been designed at that time and the pedestrian access to the undergound parkade was previously located at the station house entrance site and took the form of the “ruins” of a Yaletown warehouse the vehicle ramp is across the alley through the condo complex.”
“I think it was built in conjunction with the condos to the south and provides an underground public parkade for Yaletown it sits atop the parakde.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘parkade’.
Words known to Canadians. These may not be understood by other North Americans, eh?
Looking for tweets for parkade.