pit-stop

pit stop

noun
1.
Auto Racing. a stop in the pits during a race, in which a competing car receives gasoline, a change of tires, or other servicing or repair.
2.
Informal. any brief stop, as during an automobile ride, so that one may eat, get a drink, use a rest room, etc.
3.
a place where one makes such stops.

Origin:
1930–35

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pit stop
 
n
1.  motor racing a brief stop made at a pit by a racing car for repairs, refuelling, etc
2.  informal any stop made during a car journey for refreshment, rest, or refuelling

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pit stop definition


  1. n.
    a pause in a journey (usually by car) to urinate. (From the name of a service stop in automobile racing.) : I think we'll pull in at the next rest area. I need a pit stop.
  2. n.
    an underarm deodorant. (Because it stops armpit odor.) : Can I borrow your pit stop? I need it bad.
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