verb[with object] (usually be double-parked)
Park (a vehicle) alongside one that is already parked at the side of the road.
More example sentences
- He double-parked his car in order to grab a cup of coffee.
- One police car is double-parked out front, and the door of the row house is propped open.
- The traffic police have their hands full regulating traffic during school hours and they are often helpless when parents in a hurry double-park cars.
Definition of double-park in:
- The British & World English dictionary