English Hindi Dictionary & Translation

What is the meaning of Park in Hindi?

Meaning of Park in Hindi is :
पार्क

Definition of word park

  • An area of land set aside for public use, as: (noun)
  • A piece of land with few or no buildings within or adjoining a town, maintained for recreational and ornamental purposes. (noun)
  • A landscaped city square. (noun)
  • A large tract of rural land kept in its natural state and usually reserved for the enjoyment and recreation of visitors. (noun)
  • A broad, fairly level valley between mountain ranges: the high parks of the Rocky Mountains. (noun)
  • A tract of land attached to a country house, especially when including extensive gardens, woods, pastures, or a game preserve. (noun)
  • Sports A stadium or an enclosed playing field: a baseball park. (noun)
  • An area where military vehicles or artillery are stored and serviced. (noun)
  • The materiel kept in such an area. (noun)
  • An area in or near a town designed and usually zoned for a certain purpose: a commercial park. (noun)
  • A position in an automatic transmission that disengages the gears and sets the brake so the vehicle cannot move: put the car in park and turned off the engine. (noun)
  • To put or leave (a vehicle) for a time in a certain location. (verb-transitive)
  • Aerospace To place (a spacecraft or satellite) in a usually temporary orbit. (verb-transitive)
  • Informal To place or leave temporarily: parked the baby with neighbors; parking cash in a local bank account. (verb-transitive)
  • To assemble (artillery or other equipment) in a military park. (verb-transitive)
  • To park a motor vehicle: pulled over and parked next to the curb. (verb-intransitive)
  • Slang To engage in kissing and caressing in a vehicle stopped in a secluded spot. (verb-intransitive)

Examples of word park

  • If 'twa'n't perfectly ridiculous I'd say 'twas to be a park -- just imagine a _park_! "
  • The word park was added to English during the medieval period, but it came attached to specific meanings introduced by speakers of French, whose rule of England deeply influenced English.
  • I use the term park loosely because it was essentially some green space in between a public pool and an elementary school.
  • A reconstructed form of the English word park is *parruk, used in its prehistoric ancestor language West Germanic, which was spoken until around fifteen hundred years ago.
  • There's a new smoking ban in restaurants and bars now, so the park is a place to catch young Syrians taking a cigarette break and pose an informal poll: How many here have a job?

Varients Of Word park

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