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parky

Pronunciation: /ˈpɑːrki; ˈpɑːki/

Translation of parky in Spanish:

adjective/adjetivo (-kier, -kiest)

  • (British English/inglés británico) [colloquial/familiar], frío, fresco it's a bit parky today hoy hace bastante frío or está bastante fresco
    Example sentences
    • Never mind, a long-since abandoned unofficial page for the Magyar Borsodi League links straight to a Hungarian recipe for goose liver cooked in paprika - just the thing to keep your pecker up on a parky afternoon at Haladas Szombathely.
    • Given Antarctic wastes to cross at temperatures stooping to a parky minus 75 degrees celsius, the Japanese South Pole Observation Team wouldn't dream of packing their boots into the back of anything else.
    • If you think it's been a bit parky outside this week spare a thought for David Maxfield, for whom freezing point would be positively balmy.

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