Associations to the word «Parking»
Pictures for the word «Parking»
PARKING, verb. Present participle of park
PARKING, noun. The action of the verb to park.
PARKING, noun. Space in which to park a car or other vehicle.
PARKING BRAKE, noun. A brake in a vehicle that can be set to avoid the vehicle rolling down a hill or being pushed away.
PARKING BRAKES, noun. Plural of parking brake
PARKING DISC, noun. A device placed inside a parked vehicle, indicating either the time of its arrival, or its legitimacy to park in a specified place
PARKING DISCS, noun. Plural of parking disc
PARKING GARAGE, noun. A building for vehicles to park in. It typically has several floors and is sometimes underground.
PARKING GARAGES, noun. Plural of parking garage
PARKING LOT, noun. (North America) An open area, generally paved, where automobiles may be left when not in use.
PARKING LOT, noun. (US) (figuratively) A major thruway blocked by stop and go traffic.
PARKING LOTS, noun. Plural of parking lot
PARKING METER, noun. A device, located by a parking space, that collects payment in exchange for the right to park a vehicle for a specified time.
PARKING METERS, noun. Plural of parking meter
PARKING SPACE, noun. A space in which to park a car or other vehicle.
PARKING SPACES, noun. Plural of parking space
PARKING TICKET, noun. A legal summons issued for parking in a restricted place
PARKING TICKETS, noun. Plural of parking ticket
PARKING VIOLATION, noun. The illegal act of parking a motor vehicle in a restricted place or in an unauthorised manner.
PARKING VIOLATIONS, noun. Plural of parking violation
PARKING, noun. Space in which vehicles can be parked; "there is plenty of parking behind the store".
PARKING, noun. The act of maneuvering a vehicle into a location where it can be left temporarily.
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