Sinónimos de pit
a coal mineUp to ten pits and ten thousand jobs could be lost.
a large deep opening in the groundHe lost his footing and began to slide into the pit.
He took a shovel, dug a hole, and buried his possessions.
gulf, , ,
the gulf between rural and urban life
Dig a trench at least a metre deep.
A huge crater marks the spot where the explosion happened.
The sinuses are four sets of air-filled cavities leading directly from the nose.
An avalanche carried him into the deep abyss below.
The chasm was deep and its sides almost vertical.
excavations in the earth
a pockmarkHe could see shallow pits in her skin.
an area pockmarked by rainfilled depressions
where water gathers in a hollow and forms a pond
There was a dent in the bonnet of the car.
With a knife make slight indentations around the pastry.
cellulite causes orange peel-like dimples on the skin
to mark with small dents or scarsThe plaster was pitted and the paint scuffed.
How do you stop the horses marking the turf?
A sharp blade is likely to nick the skin and draw blood.
a bamboo walking stick with a notched handle
The table's brass feet dented the carpet's thick pile.
the country's heavily indented coastline
See pit something or someone against something or someone
See the pits
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in the sense of abyss
a very deep hole in the groundAn avalanche carried him into the deep abyss below.
in the sense of cavity
a hollow spaceThe sinuses are four sets of air-filled cavities leading directly from the nose.
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