One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A parking lot or parking garage.
- ‘On one occasion a female resident entered the car park and found a man standing in a far corner.’
- ‘The vehicle turned towards the side of the car park to get a clear view of Manhattan.’
- ‘Access is either through the side alleyway beside the pub or from the car park at the rear.’
- ‘Covered car parking with ticket machines in the car park would be much more sensible.’
- ‘Mr Goodman also announced that building work on a new car park would start in October.’
- ‘Once in the town, follow the brown tourist signs to the station which has its own car park.’
- ‘It is hoped the project will cut crime in the car park and provide a valuable service.’
- ‘Begin by crossing the road from the car park and walking along the lane to the Hotel.’
- ‘He said the shop owners and tenants wanted security staff in the mall, not the car park.’
- ‘There will also be a Park and Ride service operating from a car park at South Marston.’
- ‘They went out in one of the cars that had been left in the car park outside the building.’
- ‘All four made off and later pulled up in a supermarket car park to assess the haul.’
- ‘The Tesco car park and the town car park next door soon became full, as was the town centre.’
- ‘Get there early though because it's a popular route and the car park fills up quickly.’
- ‘The car park was well used so there would be plenty of people around and it was easy for the police to keep an eye on.’
- ‘They've had to triple the size of the car park and appoint a visitor services manager.’
- ‘Retrace your steps to return to the car park and the end of one of Scotland's finest walks.’
- ‘Bosses of a Bolton car park have been rewarded for joining the fight to drive down car crime.’
- ‘Another idea is to rip up the gardens and replace them with a car park around the theatre.’
- ‘On the car park his Audi estate is in the spot where he left it on Monday morning.’
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