from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To park alongside another vehicle already parked parallel to the curb.
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- v. To park a car next to a car already parked on the side of a street, obstructing traffic.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. park a vehicle alongside another
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School buses also double-park when they drop school trips off to use the park.
Much of the pastors 'ire was directed at the administration of Mayor Adrian M. Fenty (D), which the congregations contend has been more aggressive about issuing tickets to those who double-park during services.
They would double-park their cabs out front of the caféand run inside just long enough to slug down a glass of rot-gut house burgundy or a cold glass of tap beer, and shout out the lines of a poem they were working on.
The bulk of Webb's letter, however, concerns the scores of tour buses that double-park and clog roads around the Mall.
Similarly, while widely tolerated, it's technically not legal to double-park your car during street cleaning in New York City.
I hit my brakes with a screech, double-park, and run to bang on the window.
In fact, as Leslie had walked in, the fifty-two-year-old rear admiral had been in the process of throwing a staffer his car keys, saying, Take mine and double-park it right on their front steps if you have to.
“Fuck it, I think we should just double-park right here.”
This seems like a two-way street you're trying to double-park Hillary on.
Even if they mostly just serve as places for delivery people and police to double-park, their presence is still reassuring, and losing one feels a bit like defeat.