Definitions

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  • verb transitive to remove (a car or other vehicle) from a parked position

Etymologies

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From un- +‎ park.

Examples

  • Any thread, however, may call unpark () on a given Parker.

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  • Any thread, however, may call unpark () on a given Parker.

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  • In Mérida there are men who will help you park and unpark on city streets, waving their little usually red clothes with much delight and vigor and some degree of flourish.

    Charging for parking

  • In Mérida there are men who will help you park and unpark on city streets, waving their little usually red clothes with much delight and vigor and some degree of flourish.

    Charging for parking

  • In Mérida there are men who will help you park and unpark on city streets, waving their little usually red clothes with much delight and vigor and some degree of flourish.

    Charging for parking

  • In Mérida there are men who will help you park and unpark on city streets, waving their little usually red clothes with much delight and vigor and some degree of flourish.

    Charging for parking

  • In Mérida there are men who will help you park and unpark on city streets, waving their little usually red clothes with much delight and vigor and some degree of flourish.

    Charging for parking

  • In Mérida there are men who will help you park and unpark on city streets, waving their little usually red clothes with much delight and vigor and some degree of flourish.

    Charging for parking

  • In Mérida there are men who will help you park and unpark on city streets, waving their little usually red clothes with much delight and vigor and some degree of flourish.

    Charging for parking

  • In Mérida there are men who will help you park and unpark on city streets, waving their little usually red clothes with much delight and vigor and some degree of flourish.

    Charging for parking

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