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parking lot

noun
1.
an area, usually divided into individual spaces, intended for parking motor vehicles.
Origin
1920-1925
1920-25, Americanism
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  • Outside in the parking lot the tender, removed earlier today, waits on a truck.
  • We drove around a parking lot, then took a deep breath and into the plunge.
  • All was going well until they decided to expand the parking lot.
  • Quiet and comfortable were my first impressions of the five-minute ride between the terminal and parking lot.
  • Two hundred trucks full of supplies had sat in a downtown parking lot all day.
  • We met in an empty parking lot, next to a flea market.
  • It's how cars usually get off the street into a parking lot or residential driveway.
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  • When closed it would charge a car sitting in a parking lot.
  • On the left of the picture you see the two big semicircle roads, the parking lot must have been there for the big stadium.
British Dictionary definitions for parking lot

parking lot

noun
1.
(US & Canadian) an area or building reserved for parking cars Also called (in Britain and certain other countries) car park
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