Definition of impark in English:

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impark

Pronunciation: /ɪmˈpɑːk/

verb

[with object] historical
1Enclose (animals) in a park.
1.1Enclose (land) to make it into a park.

Origin

Late Middle English: from Old French emparquer, from em- 'within' + parc 'park'.

Words that rhyme with impark

arc, ark, Bach, bark, barque, Braque, Clark, clerk, dark, embark, hark, Iraq, Ladakh, Lamarck, lark, macaque, marc, mark, marque, narc, nark, Newark, park, quark, sark, shark, snark, spark, stark, Vlach

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