An area at a motor racetrack used for refueling and repairing the vehicles during a race. (noun)
A section of the marching band containing mallet percussion instruments and other large percussion instruments too large to march, such as the tam tam. Also, the area on the sidelines where these instruments are placed. (noun)
A mine. (noun)
A hole or trench in the ground, excavated according to grid coordinates, so that the provenance of any feature observed and any specimen or artifact revealed may be established by precise measurement. (noun)
A trading pit. (noun)
Something particularly unpleasant. (noun)
The bottom part of. (noun)
A luggage hold. (noun)
To make pits in. (verb)
To put (a dog) into a pit for fighting. (verb)
To bring (something) into opposition with something else. (verb)
To return to the pits during a race for refuelling, tyre changes, repairs etc. (verb)
A seed inside a fruit; a stone or pip inside a fruit. (noun)
A shell in a drupe containing a seed. (noun)
To remove the stone from a stone fruit or the shell from a drupe. (verb)
Examples of word pit
The boxes and other parts of the house were crammed, with the exception of the pit, which looked beggarly; on which an actor observed to a brother of the sock, "We've no _pit_ to-night."
Outside of what we term pit and dress circle is a partition, three or four feet high, dividing them from a promenade ten or fifteen feet wide.
Moreover, the term pit bull isn't really a breed at all.
Barber told the AJC that his intention was to let the East Point attorney know people were talking about her behind her back, and the term pit bull was meant as a complimentary description of the way she did her job.
Dozens of groups such as The Truth About Pit Bulls counter what they call pit bull propagandists with harrowing tales and examples of brutality.