verb (used with object), ga·raged, ga·rag·ing.
Origin of garage
Related formsga·rage·a·ble, adjectiveun·ga·raged, adjective
Examples from the Web for garage
“Wrong place, wrong time,” DeCarli confirmed in a garage at Ferguson police headquarters.
Ford began tinkering in his garage in Detroit in the 1890s, trains and the horse and buggy was the dominant mode of transport.
For a lot of these guys, a good percentage of their income comes from the garage and comes from legitimate means.Inside 'Sons of Anarchy's' Final Season: Creator Kurt Sutter on the Most Brutal Season Yet|Annaliza Savage|September 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I was going to break 100 on the golf course and clean out the garage.
He bought a garage and he offered a refuge or sorts to a faction of the Juárez cartel that threw in its lot with El Chapo.
Mr. Lyte, it appeared, was suffering from a peculiarly interesting neuralgia, and the garage had overcharged him.Babbitt|Sinclair Lewis
He made his way slowly to the impromptu shed which served for a garage.The Kingdom of the Blind|E. Phillips Oppenheim
At this point the witness complied with the request of Counsel Jenner, entering the garage.Warren Commission (9 of 26): Hearings Vol. IX (of 15)|The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy
Without giving her father an opportunity to change his mind, she hurried to the garage for her roadster.
Now, if you were to go out from the kitchen to the garage, is it easy for you as you go out the door to turn the light on?Warren Commission (3 of 26): Hearings Vol. III (of 15)|The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy
British Dictionary definitions for garage
- a rough-and-ready style of rock music
- a type of disco music based on soul