Commentary: Syntax Is: NP1[agent[animate]] PARK (NP2[patient]) (PP[locative])
NOTE: When no NP2 (vehicle) is mentioned use this sense unless the context of the following/preceding sentences indicates otherwise. See the second sentence of sense 2.
I'll show you how to park your motorcross bike.
Please don't park my Lamborghini next to an SUV.
Where do I park my broomstick?
My grandfather always parks in the handicap spaces.
Mike parked the car illegitimately and put his police badge in the window.
WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 2
NOTE: This sense does not include vehicles.
Don't park your brain outside, you're going to need it.
She parked right next to me on the bench.
This website is a nice place to park your ideas.
Park your coffee on the table.
Here's a great place to park your cash!
WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 1