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- adj. Left in a public location when not in use.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of park.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. p. p. of park, v. t., 2; -- of vehicles.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. that have been left
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On her way home, some teenagers in parked cars that reeked of hash used cuss words, followed her, tried to grab her, encircled her with their vehicles, and the poor woman and her niece felt trapped.
Nothing between us and the sand but a strip of road, the sidewalk, and a few folks in parked cars, admiring the sea.
For over a decade, the killer murdered and mutilated fourteen people; seven couples making out in parked cars.
Russian tanks remain parked deep inside Georgia this morning, and there are reports of two more towns being brought under military control.
At night, dozens of voyeurs prowled the hills spying on people making love in parked cars.
Between 1974 and 1985, seven couples were murdered in parked cars in the hills surrounding Florence.
But Thomas took a holding penalty 2 1/2 minutes later and Daniel Sedin parked in the high slot to neatly redirect a slap pass from Henrik past Joseph to tie it.
It seems the tempo of the traffic around town has kicked up a notch too, so my car will remain parked until that passes.
Migrants at the San Andreas labor camp sometimes pay to sleep there in parked cars.
Every page item can be temporarily 'parked' - meaning you can put it aside, somewhere on the pasteboard, and quickly move it back to exactly where it came from some time later.