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mosh pit

noun [C or S] uk   us   informal
the area in front of the stage at a rock concert where members of the audience dance energetically and violently
Translations of “mosh pit”
in Chinese (Traditional) (位於舞臺前部、觀眾可狂舞的)搖滾舞池…
in Chinese (Simplified) (位于舞台前部、观众可狂舞的)摇滚舞池…
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