From un- + park.
unpark (third-person singular simple present unparks, present participle unparking, simple past and past participle unparked)
- (transitive) to remove (a car or other vehicle) from a parked position
- 1950, The Deseret News, vol. 332, no. 33, "Mother Recovers Car Outbound Son Parked:
- Tuesday Mrs. Jennie Anderson, 366 North Ninth West St., received the ten-day-old letter asking her to go to Seattle and unpark the car.
- (intransitive) to remove a car or other vehicle from a parked position
- 1969, United States Court of Appeals District of Columbia Circuit, 409 F.2d 1130:
- A small portion of that area near the sentry booth was left open for vehicular movements essential to parking and unparking.
- (computing, transitive) To release from the fixed position adopted when not in use.
- to unpark the head of a disk drive
to remove (a car) from a parked position