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What does that word mean?
Is it related to cars?

I wrote it in Google images but didn't understand anything, I could just see cars. I tried looking the word up in an online dictionary and it doesn't appear either..does it exist? Emotion: crying
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It's a place where cars are towed after they're seized by the police (or other authorities) because of some infringement of the law -- usually because they were illegally parked.

To get your car back, you have to go along to the pound and pay a fine.
PuccaI tried looking the word up in an online dictionary and it doesn't appear either..does it exist?
Strange. A pound is a place where something impounded is kept. Look up "impound".
dog pound
auto pound
CJ
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Thank you Mr Wordy and CJ!

A dog pound would be the place they keep the dogs they find in the street who don't have a owner, I suppose Emotion: smile
Pucca I tried looking the word up in an online dictionary and it doesn't appear either..does it exist?
Is this the time I tell you off again for not using a monolingual dictionary? Grrr... LOLEmotion: stick out tongue
It just took me one double click on your title... Just an online example, Longman for learners:
http://pewebdic2.cw.idm.fr
Type in "pound", click on the noun. The blue labels tell you the separate meanings... #3 for dogs and cats, #4 for cars. Explained in simple words. Was that difficult? Emotion: wink
And this is when I call you all those things I've been learning these last days! Emotion: angry

I used the monolingual dictionary that you showed me and it didn't appear so, it's your fault!

Talking about dictionaries, I've found a couple that are VERY helpful (English-Italian [6])
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Pucca dog pound would be the place they keep the dogs they find in the street who don't have a owner, I suppose
You suppose correctly!
CJ