kiss and ride

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From the idea that a person's partner might drop him or her off with a parting kiss; compare park and ride.

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kiss and ride

  1. (informal) A car park or other roadside location at a railway station, airport, etc. for brief stops to allow the dropping off and picking up of passengers.
    • 1996, Jeff Tweedy (lyrics), “Far, Far Away”, in Being There, performed by Wilco:
      I long to hold you in my arms and sway
      Kiss and ride on the CTA

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