A large public garden or area of land used for recreation
A small blister, boil, or pustule; a sty on the eyelid.
(In soccer) the pitch
(1771–1806), Scottish explorer. He undertook a series of explorations in West Africa (1795-7), among them the navigation of the Niger. He drowned on a second expedition to the Niger (1805-6)
Yvonne and her friends were playing in the park
An airfield; specifically one used by private light aircraft and situated near a residential area.
US a track for dog racing; = dog track.
To be overly inquisitive; to pry, snoop.
A village in northeastern Illinois, west of Chicago; population 49,557 (est. 2008)
Attributive Of or relating to Park Lane, especially with reference to the grand houses and hotels situated there. Hence allusively: any wealthy and aristocratic area; (by metonymy) the wealthy upper classes; the attitudes or outlook associated with them.
A fence around a park, a park paling.
An area, usually in a public building, where prams may be left.
(In Ireland) any of a number of small fields or plots of ground adjoining a town or village, usually let for cultivation or pasture; an allotment.
An area or building where cars or other vehicles may be left temporarily
A large enclosed area of ground attached to a country house, in which deer are kept
(Especially in Africa) a large area of land set aside as a protected area for wild animals
The largest British royal park, in west central London. It contains the Serpentine, Marble Arch, the Albert Memorial, and Speakers' Corner
A prefabricated building occupied as a permanent home, located with others in a dedicated area of ground
To park (a vehicle) at an oblique angle to the kerb. Occasionally in extended use.
A city in east central New Jersey, on the Atlantic Ocean, long a noted resort; population 16,546 (est. 2008)
A borough in southwestern Pennsylvania, south of Pittsburgh; population 31,562 (est. 2008)
A depot where equipment and supplies for the use of an army in the field are held.
An area of the sea or seabed set aside for the conservation of marine organisms.
A city in north central California, south of San Francisco; population 30,087 (est. 2008)
To park (a vehicle) at a parking meter.
A car park (now chiefly W. Afr.).
A public park where the primary attraction is the flora or fauna.
A public area in a city, usually with trees, bushes, benches, etc., where drug addicts gather.
An oyster bed; an oyster farm.
= paper parking.
A bench in a park provided for the public.
The caretaker of a park.
The plant tutsan, Hypericum androsaemum (family Clusiaceae (Guttiferae)), a large-leaved shrubby species of St John's wort. Apparently also: †the chaste tree Vitex agnus-castus (obsolete).
A range of the Rocky Mountains in southern Wyoming and northern Colorado, west of the Front Range
= park ranger.
A public park created to commemorate the end of a war or to promote the ideal of peace.
A very small park or area of greenery in an otherwise urban area.
A park that is open to the public.
A park managed by the state in which it is located.
(Also white park cattle) a rare old breed of British white long-horned cattle, with dark or red ears, nose, hooves, and teats.
A city in southern California, southeast of Los Angeles; population 79,379 (est. 2008). Its tourist attractions include Knott’s Berry Farm, a theme park
Park (a vehicle) alongside one that is already parked at the side of the road
An area where a number of office buildings are built together on landscaped grounds
A commercial and residential street in Manhattan in New York City, regarded as emblematic of worldly success
Animals of a breed of primitive cattle that are maintained in a semi-wild state in several parks in Britain. They are typically white in colour with dark ears and muzzles
A person in charge of patrolling and maintaining a park and enforcing regulations
A shopping development situated outside a town or city, typically containing a number of large chain stores
An area of parkland where wild animals are kept in the open and may be observed by visitors driving through
An amusement park with a unifying setting or idea
A village in southeastern New York; population 719 (est. 2008). Developed in the 1880s as a retreat for the rich, it gave its name to the evening jacket