-A natural or artificial hole or cavity in the ground.
-An excavation for the removal of mineral deposits; a mine.
-The shaft of a mine.
-A concealed hole in the ground used as a trap; a pitfall.
-A miserable or depressing place or situation.
-pits Slang. The worst. Used with the: “New York politics are the pits” (Washington Star).
-A small indentation in a surface: pits in a windshield.
-A natural hollow or depression in the body or an organ.
-A small indented scar left in the skin by smallpox or other eruptive disease; a pockmark.
-Informal. An armpit. Often used in the plural.
-An enclosed, usually sunken area in which animals, such as dogs or gamecocks, are placed for fighting.
-The section directly in front of and below the stage of a theater, in which the musicians sit.
-Chiefly British. The ground floor of a theater behind the stalls.
-The section of an exchange where trading in a specific commodity is carried on.
-The gambling area of a casino.
-A sunken area in a garage floor from which mechanics may work on cars.
-Sports. An area beside an auto racecourse where cars may be refueled or serviced during a race. Used with the. Often used in the plural.
-Football. The middle areas of the defensive and offensive lines.
-Botany. A cavity in the wall of a plant cell where there is no secondary wall, as in fibers, tracheids, and vessels.
v. pit·ted, pit·ting, pits
-To mark with cavities, depressions, or scars: a surface pitted with craters.
-To set in direct opposition or competition: a war that pitted brother against brother.
-To place, bury, or store in a pit.
-To become marked with pits.
-To retain an impression after being indented. Used of the skin.
-To stop at a refueling area during an auto race.
Originally posted by adsl
What is PIT?
what is the whole spelling of PIT?