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- noun: Any of various thick, dark, sticky substances obtained from the distillation residue of coal tar, wood tar, or petroleum and used for waterproofing, roofing, caulking, and paving.
- noun: Any of various natural bitumens, such as mineral pitch or asphalt.
- noun: A resin derived from the sap of various coniferous trees, as the pines.
- verb-transitive: To smear or cover with or as if with pitch.
- verb-transitive: To throw, usually with careful aim. See Synonyms at
- verb-transitive: To discard by throwing: pitched the can out the window.
- verb-transitive: Baseball To throw (the ball) from the mound to the batter.
- verb-transitive: Baseball To play (a game) as pitcher.
- verb-transitive: Baseball To assign as pitcher.
- verb-transitive: To erect or establish; set up: pitched a tent; pitch camp.
- verb-transitive: To set firmly; implant; embed: pitched stakes in the ground.
- verb-transitive: To set at a specified downward slant: pitched the roof at a steep angle.
- verb-transitive: To set at a particular level, degree, or quality: pitched her expectations too high.
- verb-transitive: Music To set the pitch or key of.
- verb-transitive: To adapt so as to be applicable; direct: pitched his speech to the teenagers in the audience.
- verb-transitive: Informal To attempt to promote or sell, often in a high-pressure manner: "showed up on local TV to pitch their views” ( Business Week).
- verb-transitive: Sports To hit (a golf ball) in a high arc with backspin so that it does not roll very far after striking the ground.
- verb-transitive: Games To lead (a card), thus establishing the trump suit.
- verb-transitive: Games To discard (a card other than a trump and different in suit from the card led).
- verb-intransitive: To throw or toss something, such as a ball, horseshoe, or bale.
- verb-intransitive: Baseball To play in the position of pitcher.
- verb-intransitive: To plunge headlong: He pitched over the railing.
- verb-intransitive: To stumble around; lurch.
- verb-intransitive: To buck, as a horse.
- verb-intransitive: Nautical To dip bow and stern alternately.
- verb-intransitive: To oscillate about a lateral axis so that the nose lifts or descends in relation to the tail. Used of an aircraft.
- verb-intransitive: To oscillate about a lateral axis that is both perpendicular to the longitudinal axis and horizontal to the earth. Used of a missile or spacecraft.
- verb-intransitive: To slope downward: The hill pitches steeply.
- verb-intransitive: To set up living quarters; encamp; settle.
- verb-intransitive: Sports To hit a golf ball in a high arc with backspin so that it does not roll very far after striking the ground.
- noun: The act or an instance of pitching.
- noun: Baseball A throw of the ball by the pitcher to the batter.
- noun: Baseball A ball so thrown.
- noun: Chiefly British A playing field. Also called wicket.
- noun: Nautical The alternate dip and rise of the bow and stern of a ship.
- noun: The alternate lift and descent of the nose and tail of an airplane.
- noun: A steep downward slope.
- noun: The degree of such a slope.
- noun: Architecture The angle of a roof.
- noun: Architecture The highest point of a structure: the pitch of an arch.
- noun: A level or degree, as of intensity: worked at a feverish pitch to meet the deadline.
- noun: Acoustics The distinctive quality of a sound, dependent primarily on the frequency of the sound waves produced by its source.
- noun: Music The relative position of a tone within a range of musical sounds, as determined by this quality.
- noun: Music Any of various standards for this quality associating each tone with a particular frequency.
- noun: The distance traveled by a machine screw in a single revolution.
- noun: The distance between two corresponding points on adjacent screw threads or gear teeth.
- noun: The distance between two corresponding points on a helix.
- noun: The distance that a propeller would travel in an ideal medium during one complete revolution, measured parallel to the shaft of the propeller.
- noun: Informal A line of talk designed to persuade: "[his] pious pitch for . . . austerity” ( Boston Globe).
- noun: Informal An advertisement.
- noun: Chiefly British The stand of a vendor or hawker.
- noun: Games See
- noun: Printing The density of characters in a printed line, usually expressed as characters per inch.
- phrasal-verb: pitch in Informal To set to work vigorously.
- phrasal-verb: pitch in Informal To join forces with others; help or cooperate.
- phrasal-verb: pitch into Informal To attack verbally or physically; assault.
- phrasal-verb: on Informal To succeed in choosing or achieving, usually quickly: pitched on the ideal solution.
- as black as pitchjuodas kaip derva
- to pitch one's tent laikinai apsigyventi
- išstatyti pardavimui
- to pitch in/into staiga įsitraukti į darbą
- to pitch
- (pa)statyti (palapines)
- dervuoti II