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pit stop

noun [C]  us   /ˈpɪt ˌstɑp/

pit stop noun [C] (CAR REPAIR)

a brief stop for fuel or repairs in a car race

pit stop noun [C] (STOP FOR NEEDS)

infmla brief stop during a car trip to get food or fuel, or to use the bathroom
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