towaway

[toh-uh-wey]
noun
1.
an act or instance of towing away a vehicle that has been illegally parked.
2.
the vehicle towed away.
adjective
3.
designated as an area illegal for parking and from which parked cars will be towed away: a towaway zone.
Also, tow-away.


Origin:
1955–60; noun, adj. use of verb phrase tow away

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Vehicles being towed in a driveaway-towaway operation.
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