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the pits

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthe pitsthe pitsDSOthe place beside the track in a car race where cars can come in for petrol, new tyres etc pit stop pit
Examples from the Corpus
the pitsThe market says close the pits.Does he expect us to be convinced by his words about the prevalence of cholera in the pits?Real-estate prices were in the pits.In the pits they didn't shut down they put their own breed of managers, under-managers and deputies ...So it is with the young prospects we throw into the pits of the courtroom.There are a lot of interesting birds on the pits.And this time I got in-well, to Loyola, which everybody thought was really the pits.
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