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pitch /pɪtʃ/ noun
pitch verb


گام سیم پیچی ، قیر اندود کردن ، ، زمین بازی ، زاویه سوراخهای گوی بولینگ ، بالا و پایین رفتن هواپیما یا قایق ، ته مانده تقطیر ، تفاله قطران ، زفت ، میل ، تن صدا ، خیمه زدن ، چادر زدن ، قیر ، ضربت باچوگان ، استقرار ، اوج پرواز ، اوج ، سرازیری ، جای شیب ، پلکان ، دانگ صدا ، زیروبمی صدا ، استوارکردن ، خیمه زدن ، برپاکردن ، نصب کردن ، (دربیسبال) توپ رابه طرف چوگان زن پرتاب کردن ، توپ را زدن ، گام ، درجه ، پرتاب کردن ، علوم مهندسی: قیر ، کامپیوتر: تراکم کاراکترها روی یک خط چاپ شده ، معماری: شیب ، شیمی: قطران ، روانشناسی: زیر و بمی ، زیست شناسی: نواک ، ورزش: بلند شدن توپ از زمین پیش از رسیدن به توپزن ، طول طناب کوهنوردی ، علوم هوایی: گام ، علوم نظامی: چرخش عمودی و عرضی ناو
الکترونیک: گام ، درجه ، پرتاب کردن ، تراکم کاراکترها روی یک خط چاپ شده ، کامپیوتر: نواک ، زیست شناسی: قیر ، قطران ، شیمی: گام سیم پیچی ، قیر اندود کردن ، قیر ، علوم مهندسی: بلند شدن توپ از زمین پیش از رسیدن به توپزن ، کریکت : ، ، زمین بازی ، زاویه سوراخهای گوی بولینگ ، بالا و پایین رفتن هواپیما یا قایق ، طول طناب کوهنوردی ، ورزشی: گام ، هواپیمایی: ته مانده تقطیر ، تفاله قطران ، زفت ، میل ، شیب ، معماری: تن صدا ، خیمه زدن ، چادر زدن ، چرخش عمودی و عرضی ناو ، علوم نظامی: زیر و بمی ، روانشناسی: قیر، پرتاب ، ضربت باچوگان ، نصب ، استقرار، اوج پرواز، اوج ، سرازیری ، جای شیب ، پلکان ، دانگ صدا، زیروبمی صدا، استوارکردن ، خیمه زدن ، برپاکردن ، نصب کردن ،( دربیسبال)توپ رابه طرف چوگان زن پرتاب کردن ، توپ را زدن ، گام ، درجه ، پرتاب کردن

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

pitch
[verb]
Synonyms:
- throw, cast, chuck (informal), fling, heave, hurl, lob (informal), sling, toss
- set up, erect, put up, raise, settle
- fall, dive, drop, topple, tumble
- toss, lurch, plunge, roll
[noun]
Synonyms:
- sports field, field of play, ground, park (U.S. & Canad.)
- level, degree, height, highest point, point, summit
- slope, angle, dip, gradient, incline, tilt
- tone, modulation, sound, timbre
- sales talk, patter, spiel (informal)
Related Idioms: take a pitch
Related Words: hoist, raise, move, drop, fall, sink, persuasion
English Thesaurus: throw, toss, hurl, fling, heave, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. pitch1 S3 W3 /pɪtʃ/ noun
[Sense 1-5, 7-9: Date: 1400-1500; Origin: pitch2]
[Sense 6: Language: Old English; Origin: pic, from Latin pix]

1. SPORTS FIELD [countable] British English a marked out area of ground on which a sport is played Synonym : field
football/cricket/rugby etc pitch
the world-famous Wembley football pitch
He ran the length of the pitch and scored.
on the pitch (=playing a sport)
Jack was on the pitch for his school in the Senior Cup Final.

2. STRONG FEELINGS/ACTIVITY [singular, uncountable] a strong level of feeling about something or a high level of an activity or a quality:
The controversy reached such a pitch (=become so strong) that the paper devoted a whole page to it.
a pitch of excitement/excellence/perfection etc (=a high level of excitement etc)
He screamed at her in a pitch of fury.
The goal roused the crowd to fever pitch (=a very excited level).

3. MUSIC
a) [singular, uncountable] how high or low a note or other sound is:
Ultrasonic waves are at a higher pitch than the human ear can hear.
b) [uncountable] the ability of a musician to play or sing a note at exactly the correct level:
She’s got perfect pitch.

4. PERSUADING [countable] informal the things someone says to persuade people to buy something, do something, or accept an idea:
an aggressive salesman with a fast-talking sales pitch
make a/sb’s pitch (for something) (=try to persuade people to do something)
He made his strongest pitch yet for standardized testing in schools.

5. BASEBALL [countable] a throw of the ball, or a way in which it can be thrown:
His first pitch was high and wide.

6. BLACK SUBSTANCE [uncountable] a black sticky substance that is used on roofs, the bottoms of ships etc to stop water coming through:
The night was as black as pitch (=very dark).pitch-black, pitch-dark

7. SHIP/AIRCRAFT [uncountable] an up and down movement of a ship or an aircraft ⇒ roll:
the pitch and roll of the ship

8. SLOPE [singular, uncountable] the degree to which a roof slopes or the sloping part of a roof:
the steep pitch of the roof

9. STREET/MARKET [countable] British English a place in a public area where someone goes to sell things or where an entertainer goes to perform:
We found the boy at his usual pitch at the bottom of the Acropolis.
queer sb’s pitch/queer the pitch for somebody at queer3

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. pitch2 verb
[Date: 1100-1200; Origin: Origin unknown]

1. THROW [transitive always + adverb/preposition] to throw something with a lot of force, often aiming carefully:
She crumpled up the page and pitched it into the fire.

2.
BALL GAMES
a) [intransitive and transitive] to aim and throw a ball in baseball
pitch to
Stanton pitched to two batters in the ninth inning.
b) [intransitive] if a ball pitches in cricket or golf, it hits the ground
c) [transitive] to hit the ball in a high curve in golf
d) [transitive] to make the ball hit the ground when you are bowling in cricket

3. FALL [I, T always + adv/prep] to fall or be moved suddenly in a particular direction, or to make someone or something do this
pitch (somebody/something) forward/backward/over etc
She slipped and pitched forward onto the ground.
pitch somebody/something into/onto/through etc something
Without a seat belt, you can easily be pitched right through the windscreen.

4. SHIP/PLANE [intransitive] if a ship or an aircraft pitches, it moves up and down in an uncontrolled way with the movement of the water or air ⇒ roll2(4), yaw

5. SET A LEVEL [transitive usually passive]
a) to set a speech, examination, explanation etc at a particular level of difficulty
pitch something at a high level/the right level etc
The projects were pitched at a number of different levels.
Some questions were pitched too high for intermediate students.
b) British English to set prices at a particular level
pitch something at something
Room rates are pitched at £69 for a single.

6. AIM PRODUCT [transitive usually passive] to aim a product at a particular type of organization, group of people etc, or to describe it in a particular way, in order to sell it
pitch something at somebody/something
The new machine will be pitched at users in the hotel and air reservation business.
pitch something as something
It is pitched as a cheaper alternative to other workstations.

7. BUSINESS DEALS [intransitive and transitive] informal to try to persuade someone to do business with you, buy something etc
pitch for business/contracts/custom etc
Booksellers are keen to pitch for school business.
pitch to
For many companies, pitching to investors has become almost a full-time job.
sales reps pitching new gadgets

8. VOICE/MUSIC [transitive always + adverb/preposition] if you pitch your voice or another sound at a particular level, the sound is produced at that level
pitch something high/low etc
Her voice is pitched a little too high.high-pitched, low-pitched

9. pitch a tent/pitch camp to set up a tent or a camp for a short time:
Try and pitch your tent on level ground.

10. SLOPE [intransitive always + adverb/preposition] to slope down
pitch gently/steeply etc
The roof pitches sharply to the rear of the house.pitched

11. pitch somebody a line American English informal to tell someone a story or give them an excuse that is difficult to believe:
She pitched me some line about a bomb scare on the metro.
pitch in phrasal verb informal

1. to join others and help with an activity:
If we all pitch in, we’ll have it finished in no time.
pitch in with
Everyone pitched in with efforts to entertain the children.

2. to join others and pay part of the money towards something:
They all pitched in and the money was collected within a few days.

3. British English to start to eat hungrily:
Pitch in – there’s plenty.
pitch into somebody/something phrasal verb British English informal

1. to suddenly start criticizing someone or hitting them:
She pitched into me as soon as I started to speak.

2. to start doing something, especially quickly and eagerly:
Rick pitched into decorating the house at once.
pitch up phrasal verb British English spoken
to arrive somewhere Synonym : turn up:
Wait a bit longer – Bill hasn’t pitched up yet.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

pitch
noun
I. sports field
ADJ. all-weather, grass, non-turf, synthetic | waterlogged | cricket, hockey, football, rugby
VERB + PITCH invade, run onto The pitch was invaded by angry fans.
PITCH + NOUN invasion Police could do nothing to stop the pitch invasion.
PREP. off the ~ The players have just come off the pitch. Negotiations about his transfer are continuing off the pitch.
on a/the ~ He was the best player on the pitch today.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

pitch
II. strength of feeling
ADJ. fever, high Excitement rose to fever pitch the day before the procession.
VERB + PITCH reach, rise to
PREP. ~ of to reach a high pitch of excitement

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

pitch
III. of a musical note
ADJ. high, low | correct The instrument is not tuned to the correct pitch.
VERB + PITCH fall in, rise in Her voice fell slightly in pitch as she grew older.
PHRASES have absolute/perfect pitch (= to be able to recognize or produce any given note)

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

pitch
verb
I. fall over/throw sb
ADV. violently The explosion pitched her violently into the air.
forward, headlong
PREP. from There was a loud bang and he was pitched from his seat.
into If they hit any unseen obstacle they would be pitched headlong into the snow.
out of

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

pitch
II. of a ship/aircraft
ADV. violently The boat pitched violently in a heavy swell.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

pitch
III. set sth at a particular level
ADV. deliberately Estimates have been deliberately pitched on the conservative side.
PREP. at The test is pitched at a high GCSE standard.
PHRASES pitch sth high/low The price has been pitched quite high. Her voice was pitched low.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

pitch
̈ɪpɪtʃ
See: wild pitch

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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