- (British, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, India) IPA: /ˈɡæɹɑː(d)ʒ/
- (British, New Zealand) IPA: /ˈɡæɹɪdʒ/
- (America, Canada, Australia) IPA: /ɡəˈɹɑː(d)ʒ/
- (Canada) IPA: /ɡ(ə)ɹæ(d)ʒ/
- A building (or section of a building) used to store a car or cars, tools and other miscellaneous items.
- (chiefly, British, Canada, Australia, NZ) A place where cars are service#Verb|serviced and repair#Verb|repaired.
- (chiefly, British, Canada, Australia, NZ) A petrol filling station.
- (dated, 20th century, North America) An independent automobile repair shop.
- (aviation) A shed for housing an airship or aeroplane or a launchable missile; a hangar.
- A side way or space in a canal to enable vessels to pass each other; a siding.
- (attributive, music genre) A type of guitar rock music, personified by amateur bands playing in the basement or garage; garage rock.
- (British, music genre) A type of electronic dance music related to house music, with warped and time-stretched sounds; UK garage.
- (a petrol filling station) filling station, gas station (North America), petrol station (UK), service station
- French: garage
- Italian: officina meccanica
- Portuguese: oficina mecânica, mecânica, oficina
- Russian: автосе́рвис
- Spanish: taller mecánico, garaje, taller
garage (garages, present participle garaging; past and past participle garaged)
- To store in a garage.
- We garaged the convertible during the monsoon months.
- 1960, P[elham] G[renville] Wodehouse, chapter XIX, in Jeeves in the Offing, London: Herbert Jenkins, OCLC 1227855 ↗:
- I garaged the car and went to Aunt Dahlia's sanctum to ascertain whether she had cooled off at all since I had left her, for I was still anxious about that blood pressure of hers.