parking place/space/spot


: a place to park a car, truck, etc.

Examples of parking place/space/spot in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web The video shows the vehicle attempting to back out of its parking spot when deputies blocked its path and activated its police lights. Ishani Desai, Sacramento Bee, 8 June 2024 But how long can the braaaps and holeshots and star power last at Thunder Valley, especially considering encroaching development and parking space considerations were two of the reasons that the Bandimere family sold its track? Kyle Newman, The Denver Post, 8 June 2024 Additionally, the home provides a one-car garage, offering a dedicated parking spot and storage area. Bay Area Home Report, The Mercury News, 6 June 2024 Exactly a week after Moore went missing, her car was found on May 30, 1985, backed into a parking space in front of room number 153 of the Red Roof Inn, at 14 Mile Road and John R in Madison Heights. Bill Laytner, Detroit Free Press, 23 May 2024 The proposal includes the construction of five warehouses and parking space for 1,414 trailers and 2,542 vehicles. Ben Terzi, Baltimore Sun, 22 Feb. 2024 If your parking space is in an open area, move your car away from trees and power lines, and park it next to buildings (but away from windows) to provide some protection from the wind. Michelle Marchante, Miami Herald, 31 May 2024 This year, the finance department once again demanded payment for the failure to pay the tax on one parking space. Reader Commentary, Baltimore Sun, 17 Apr. 2024 And two, come on, folks, check your phone later and get out of your parking space! Dp Opinion, The Denver Post, 21 May 2024

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“Parking place/space/spot.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 18 Jun. 2024.

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