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1park/ˈpɑɚk/noun
pluralparks
1park
/ˈpɑɚk/
noun
pluralparks
Learner's definition of PARK  
[count] 
: a piece of public land in or near a city that is kept free of houses and other buildings and can be used for pleasure and exercise
   b : a large area of public land kept in its natural state to protect plants and animals
— see also national parkstate park
sports [count] 
: a field or stadium where a sport (especially baseball) is played
— see also ballpark
   b British : a soccer or rugby field
[count] : an area that is designed for a specified use
[noncount]US : a condition in which the gears of a vehicle are in a position that prevents the vehicle from moving

walk in the park

— see 2walk
2park/ˈpɑɚk/verb
parksparkedparking
2park
/ˈpɑɚk/
verb
parksparkedparking
Learner's definition of PARK  
: to leave a car, truck, motorcycle, etc., in a particular place
[no object]
[+ object]
— see also double-parkparallel park
   b [no object]of a car, truck, etc. : to be left in a particular place by a driver
informal [+ object] 
: to temporarily leave (something) in a particular place
   b : to leave (something) in a particular place for a long time or what seems like a long time

park yourself

informal
: to sit in a particular place especially for a long time
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