park it

park it

1. To sit down and stop moving. Often used as an imperative. We've been hiking for a while now. Why don't we park it and have a bit to eat, shall we? I want you to park it in this chair and sit still until I'm done!
2. To stop arguing about the matter at hand; to leave some issue alone. Often used as an imperative. OK, guys, that's enough arguing. Let's just park it for a while, all right? Tommy, Sarah, park it! I've had enough of your bickering.
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park it (somewhere)

Inf. sit down somewhere; sit down and get out of the way. Hey, park it! You're in the way. Richard, park it over there in the corner. Stop pacing around. You make me nervous.
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park it

verb
See also: park

park it (somewhere)

tv. sit down somewhere; sit down and get out of the way. Bart, park it over there in the corner. Stop pacing around. You make me nervous.
See also: park, somewhere
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It's well known that moving house can be stressful, but for the naughty zebras at Blair Drummond Safari Park it's been a long-overdue move.
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With a good crowd at Fir Park it's a game we will relish."
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Not sure if I would want it for me though - Debbie Mullholland, 44, ward supervisor, Pallister Park It's fine if that's what you want to do but I'm not sure I could do it, or would want it.
Derek Swan, senior vice-president of Emirates corporate development, said: "Following the successful opening of the first Premier Inn property in Dubai Investments Park it's clear that there is a big market for low cost accommodation in the hospitality sector so we were keen to move on with our plans and secure more sites and offer a "value" hotel model to as many people as possible across the region."
I like to take my daughter to the local park It's open from first light right until it's dark Her favourite is the swings you know She goes up high and then down low After that she goes for a ride Up the steps then down the slide On the roundabout for a whizzy Round and round till she gets dizzy Then to the pirate ship climbing frame She makes some friends and plays a game We give the ducks some bread to eat Have an ice cream for a treat After a rest it's to the see-saw up in the air then feet to the floor Last of all a ride on the train After that its back home again We have such fun my daughter and I It's a shame the time just whizzes by
Ashby added: "At Manor Park It's down to us to find the key to breaking down opposing defences and if we do that consistently then we shall not be too far away at the end of the season."
"I've made a point that with the fitness levels in the modern game the way they are, in Croke Park it's very, very hard to sustain a challenge with 14 men because you just run out of options.
Well, if it's not been bulldozed to make way for a car park it's probably been turned into a block of flats or suffered the worst fate of all, become a gastropub where fish and chips means sea bass and Dauphinois potatoes.
will bag a bonus were said: they problems their McCall squad The Fir Park it's up get through.
At Brookvale Park it's not green because of the grass, it's the hundreds of Canadian Geese using the grass as a toilet, spreading their mess around.
Name and address supplied IN these times maybe one come out of the might bring families Keeping an eye on mean people go instead of dragging around department them to the park It's a cliche but it's need money to enjoy true pleasures.
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