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pit

noun [C]
 
 
/pɪt/
HOLE a large hole which has been dug in the ground
çukur, delik
Caves, cracks and crevicesHoles, hollows and dips
SEED US ( UK stone) a large, hard seed that grows inside some types of fruit and vegetables
meyve/sebze çekirdeği
Fruits and seeds and their parts
COAL ( also US pit mine) a place where coal is dug out from under the ground
maden ocağı; kömür madeni
Mining and quarrying
the pits UK ( US the pit) the place where racing cars stop to be repaired or filled with fuel during a race
pistte yarış arabalarının bakımının yapıldığı cep, pit
Motor racing
be the pits informal to be very bad
en berbat/en kötüsü olmak
Our hotel was the absolute pits.Not of good qualityRubbish and wasteInformal words for badInformal words for badRubbish and wasteSerious and unpleasantNot of good quality
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