Chinese translation of 'pit'
- (= coal mine)
矿(礦)井(kuàngjǐng) (个(個), gè)
- (= hole in ground) (road)
坑(kēng) (个(個), gè)
- (also gravel pit)
采(採)石场(場)(cǎishíchǎng) (个(個), gè)
- (US, = fruit stone)
- (also orchestra pit)
to pit one's wits/skills against sb
与(與)某人较(較)量才智/技能(yǔ mǒurén jiàoliàng cáizhì/jìnéng)
in the pit of one's stomach
在内(內)心深处(處)(zài nèixīn shēnchù)
to be pitted against sb/sth
与(與)某人/某事较(較)量(yǔ mǒurén/mǒushì jiàoliàng)
Derived Formsthe pits n pl (Aut)
'pit' in Other Languages
British English: pit VERB
If two opposing things or people are pitted against one another, they are in conflict.
You will be pitted against people who are every bit as good as you are.
British English: pit NOUN
A gravel pit or clay pit is a very large hole which is dug from the ground.
This area of former farmland was originally worked as a gravel pit.
Translation of pit from the Collins English to Chinese Dictionary