1. to place, to put down.
|Diary of a Doughboy 4 Sept. [Internet] I had to shove some dirty brute’s hob-nail shoes out of my face where he had parked them.|
|Babbitt (1974) 182: Girls ‘parking’ their corsets in the dressing-room.|
|Day the World Ended 59: Entertain M. Paul while I go and get my shoes. I parked ’em under a rosebush.|
|Living Rough 188: They park their razors in their vest pockets.|
|Lucifer with a Book 103: Yes, if you park your gum.|
|Hide My Eyes (1960) 207: I think he’s parking something he doesn’t want to keep on him. The gun, even.|
|Caretaker Act I: Comes up to me, parks a bucket of rubbish at me tells me to take it out the back.|
|Running Dog (1992) 105: You parked one in his vest, case you didn’t know.|
|Traveller’s Tool 26: A billabong of hot, salmon-pink chuck that Stan Blake had just parked on the top step.|
|Van (1998) 591: The barman had come back with the wine. – Just park it there, son, Jimmy told the barman.|
|Crime Factory: Hard Labour [ebook] They parked me in a waiting room.‘Dread Fellow Churls’ in|
2. to sit.
|Plastic Age 200: What would become of the fraternity if all of us parked ourselves on our tails and gave the activities the air the way you do?|
|Night and the City 111: Come on, boys, park your bodies.|
|Western Mail (Perth) 30 Nov. 2/1: Charlie [...] parks on our bit of brass rail.|
|Roofs of Paris (1983) 229: She has parked her ass in the warm spot I left on the chair.|
|Sundowners 153: Mind if I park the rear end beside you for a while?|
|Hang On a Minute, Mate (1963) 66: Tonker goes into the office with Olly and parks his frame.|
|(con. 1940s) Admiral (1968) 215: Park your butt, Rollo.|
|Last Detail 171: You don’t have to park your ugly fat ass on the stool next to mine.|
|Only Fools and Horses [TV script] Do you mind if I park me bott?‘Diamonds are for Heather’|
|How to Kiss a Crocodile 75: Meantime Kerry and I had managed to park our bums on the bench seat.|
|Native Tongue 295: You’re mutilating a fine chunk of island so a bunch of rich people have a warm place to park their butts in winter.|
|Vatican Bloodbath 37: Why don’t y’all just drop your pants and come on over here and park that cute heiney on mah big stiff rod and staff?|
|My War (2006) 36: I just parked it on the sofa in the living room.|
|Independent 5 Oct. 7/1: Was it possible for him to park his bum in the Oval Office chair?|
|Crongton Knights 12: I parked at the kitchen table for a while and thought.|
3. to place oneself.
|Big Town 19: They race to the diner and park against the door and get quick action.|
|Hooch! 17: I can’t have bums like him parkin’ in my joint!|
|Big Con 86: You park in front of the hotel dining room.|
|Bobbin Up (1961) 29: I don’t know why she ’as to park ’erself on us.|
|Rosary Murders 101: I’ll go park my bones away for the night.|
|High Concept 113: He would park himself on the curb.|
|Mothers Milk 52: Get these two parked in front of a video.|
4. (US) of a (usu.) teenage couple, to park in a secluded spot for petting and, perhaps, intercourse.
|implied in parker n.2|
|Babe Gordon (1934) 248: Parkin’ wid Money Johnson, dat’s whut dat mess o’ sin doin’.|
|In For Life 36: He and a Skid Row hustler were parked in a country road.|
|AS XXXIV:2 155: If couples pair off, they’re off to the woods [...] to ‘park.’.‘Gator Sl.’|
|(con. late 1940s) Tattoo (1977) 435: She would not consent to park with him and let him fondle her winning entries.|
|Great Santini (1977) 425: Oh, c’mon, Ben, nobody goes out and parks with his wife.|
5. to get rid of someone or something; to knock someone out.
|(con. 1948) Flee the Angry Strangers 135: If you gave me the word, beautiful, I would of parked him.|
|Baby Mother and King of Swords 79: You no think say that you could just park the buying and selling little make me and you reason bout somethings?|
6. to give.
|Homosexual Society Appendix 3, 167: Park, give.|
|Queens’ Vernacular 146: park (Brit gay sl, fr Parlyaree parker = to hand over // It partire = to part with something) to give.|
(orig. US) as an invitation, sit down.
|DAUL 152/1: Park the biscuit. 1. To sit down.et al.|
|Queens’ Vernacular 30: To sit down [...] park the biscuit (late ’50s).|
|Ridgey-Didge Oz Jack Lang 23: Can: (Park The) Sit down, park the carcase.|
|Reed Dict. of N.Z. Sl. 153: park your puku Command to be seated.|
SE in slang uses
(UK society) to vomit.
|Sloane Ranger Hbk 159: Park a custard v. Vomit.|
|DSUE (8th edn) 855: [...] since ca. 1930.|
|Barry McKenzie [comic strip] in Complete Barry McKenzie (1988) 80: I’d better stick near the rail in case I need to park the old tiger.|
|Traveller’s Tool 55: There is nothing worse or more inconsiderate than a girl who parks a tiger in your car.|
|Indep. Rev. 1 Oct. 5: We [...] ended up parking a tiger at Ruddy Joe’s.|
(orig. US) to agree.
|Filth 210: Glad we’re parking in the same lot honey.|
(N.Z.) to hear.
|Cunninghams (1986) 125: Come off it. You wouldn’t like your sister-in-law to park her ears to all I know about you. You and your bow-tie.|
see under fudge n.
(US) to stop talking.
to have sexual intercourse.
|at www.asstr.org [Internet] Cherry [...] felt sorry for girls who were so naïve that they didn’t know the first thing about parking the pink Cadillac or auditioning your finger puppets.|
|‘me-stepmums-too-fuckin-hot-mate’ at www.fakku.net [Internet] Fuck oath, park yer bones. What!? the fuck are you...|