Can we park by our site translation | English-Dutch dictionary

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Can we park by our site? exp.
Kunnen we op de kampeerplek parkeren?
Camping

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Staying somewhere

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"Can we park by our site": examples and translations in context
At NSA, we park off-site, like, half a mile away. Bij het NSA moest ik wel 500 meter ver parkeren.
At NSA, we park off-site, like, half a mile away. Bij NSA, parkeren we off-site, zoals, een halve mijl afstand.
No one made as if to give me access to the park sites. Niemand maakte aanstalten om mij toegang tot de parkplaatsen te geven. Ben dan maar doorgereden.
It's got to be a park site. Het moet in een park zijn.
In cities and settlements transport moves on streets - as regards the territory located between built up or park sites (fig. 57). In de steden en stad transport wordt mee de straten - met betrekking tot het deel van territorium gesituerde tussen zastroennymi of parkovymi stadsdelen (vijg verhuisd. 57).
The association looks after children between the ages of 3 and 15 on the Parmentier park site in Woluwe-Saint-Pierre. De huidige vereniging ontvangt op de site van het Parmentierpark in Sint-Pieters-Woluwe kinderen tussen 3 en 15 jaar oud.
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park, parka, parking, paprika

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