1a building for housing a motor vehicle or vehicles:a detached house with an integral garagea bus garage
an establishment which sells fuel or which repairs and sells motor vehicles.
2 (also garage rock) [mass noun] a style of unpolished, energetic rock music associated with suburban amateur bands: [as modifier]:a garage band
[from the idea of amateur bands practising in garages]
3 (also UK garage) [mass noun] a form of dance music incorporating elements of drum and bass, house music, and soul, characterized by a rhythm in which the second and fourth beats of the bar are omitted.
[from Paradise Garage, the name of a Manhattan dance club]
put or keep (a motor vehicle) in a garage:the car needn’t be garaged in the winter
early 20th century: from French, from garer 'to shelter'