Definition of 'pit'
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Work with your agent to set up refreshment pit stops where your home or grounds can be seen from flattering angles. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They are like pit stops for me. The Sun (2016)The pit bull then attacked his dog as he fended it off with his walking stick. The Sun (2007)Take a pit stop at the surrounding caves. The Sun (2014)Its climax was two pit bulls fighting. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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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.
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