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N-COUNT 煤矿；矿井 A pit is a coal mine.
It was a better community then when all the pits were working.
N-COUNT （地面的）坑，洼；（地下的）穴，洞 A pit is a large hole that is dug in the ground.
Eric lost his footing and began to slide into the pit.
N-COUNT （挖出沙砾或黏土后留下的）坑，窑 A gravel pit or clay pit is a very large hole that is left where gravel or clay has been dug from the ground.
This area of former farmland was worked as a gravel pit until 1964.
VERB 使相斗；使对立；使竞争 If two opposing things or people are pitted against one another, they are in conflict.
You will be pitted against people who are every bit as good as you are...
This was one man pitted against the universe.
N-PLURAL （赛车道旁的）检修加油站 In motor racing, the pits are the areas at the side of the track where drivers stop to get more fuel and to repair their cars during races.
He moved quickly into the pits and climbed rapidly out of the car.
N-PLURAL 极糟糕的情况 If you describe something as the pits, you mean that it is extremely bad.
Mary Ann asked him how dinner had been. 'The pits,' he replied.
N-COUNT （水果或蔬菜的）核 A pit is the stone of a fruit or vegetable.
PHRASE 与…斗智 If you pit your wits against someone, you compete with them in a test of knowledge or intelligence.
I'd like to pit my wits against the best.
PHRASE 胸口；心窝 If you have a feeling in the pit of your stomach, you have a tight or sick feeling in your stomach, usually because you are afraid or anxious.
I had a funny feeling in the pit of my stomach.