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  • adj. Left in a public location when not in use.
  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of park.

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  • 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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  • S/FJ on his blog: "courtesy of Julika Rudelius. (I recommend her work, especially the piece that is included in Brooklyn Museum's Global Feminisms exhibit.) Here is the new word, in situ:

    PERSON WE'VE JUST MET: OK, we're going to go over there now. You should stay and talk to Zelda, she loves compliments.

    US: OK.

    Person leaves.

    JULIKA: We've just been parked."

    http://www.sashafrerejones.com/2007/04/slang_teacher_1.html

    April 12, 2007