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pit stop

noun [C]
 
 
/pɪt/
when a driver in a motor race stops in the pits (= area where cars are repaired)
短暫停車加油(或修理)
to make a pit stop
進站檢修加油
Motor racing
a short stop that you make during a long car journey in order to rest and eat
(長途汽車旅程中的)中途停車,短暫休息
We made a quick pit stop in York before continuing on our journey.
我們在約克小歇了一會兒後繼續趕路。
Journeys
(Definition of pit stop from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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