- a large hole in the ground.；a large deep hole from which stones or minerals are quarried
- set someone or something in conflict or competition with；set an animal to fight against (another animal) for sport
noun: pit, plural noun: pits
verb: pit, 3rd person present: pits, gerund or present participle: pitting, past tense: pitted, past participle: pitted
- 1. a large hole in the ground. 同義詞
- ▪ a large deep hole from which stones or minerals are quarried a gravel pit
- ▪ a coal mine the recent protests over planned pit closures 同義詞
- ▪ a sunken area in a workshop floor allowing access to a car's underside.
- ▪ a low or wretched psychological state a black pit of depression
- ▪ literary hell.
- 2. a hollow or indentation in a surface. 同義詞
- ▪ a small indentation left on the skin by a pustule or spot; a pockmark. 同義詞
- 3. an area at the side of a track where racing cars are serviced and refuelled he had a flat tyre when he came into the pits the pit lane
- 4. an orchestra pit.
- ▪ British dated the seating at the back of the stalls of a theatre.
- 5. a part of the floor of a stock exchange in which a particular stock or commodity is traded pooled commodity funds liquidated positions in the corn and soybean pits the trading pit of the Singapore International Monetary Exchange
- 6. historical an enclosure in which animals are made to fight a bear pit
- 7. British informal a person's bed.
- 8. informal a person's armpit.
- 1. set someone or something in conflict or competition with you'll get the chance to pit your wits against the world champions
- ▪ historical set an animal to fight against (another animal) for sport there were usually three dogs pitted against one lion
- 2. make a hollow or indentation in the surface of rain poured down, pitting the bare earth 同義詞
- ▪ sink in or contract so as to form a pit or hollow.
- 3. drive a racing car into the pits for fuel or maintenance he pitted on lap 36 with sudden engine trouble
pit >> 是指低窪池; 小坑的意思; pit bull 指在池內競賽的鬥牛犬 請參看下圖 圖片參考：http://www.graphics.cornell.edu...
關於"mosh pit" 這個字源 會用pit是因為當大家開始後 會圍在一起很像鬥獸場... 而mosh這個字本來是不存在英文中的 我看到的有兩種解釋 其一的說法是： mosh pit更早之前本來是一種叫做"slam"的舞 跳起來就和現在的mosh pit一樣混亂...
現場證卷交易員 A dealer who works on the floor of an exchange, usually a futures exchange, that uses the open outcry system. http://www.lse.co.uk/financeglossary.asp?searchTerm=&iArticleID=632&definition=pit_trader