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pitch

noun [C] (PERSUASION) 說服     /pɪtʃ/
a speech or act which attempts to persuade someone to buy or do something 推銷用語;推銷 The man in the shop gave me his (sales) pitch about quality and reliability. 商店裡的那個男人向我大談最高品質,信譽可靠之類的推銷行話。 She made a pitch for the job but she didn't get it. 她竭力爭取這份工作,但沒有成功。 [+ to infinitive] The city made a pitch to stage the Olympics. 該市竭力爭取主辦奧運會。 Urging and persuadingCausing somebody to act
UK a place in a public area where a person regularly sells goods or performs 攤位 The flower seller was at his usual pitch outside the station. 那個賣花人就在車站外他平時的攤位上。 Environments and localities
(Definition of pitch noun (PERSUASION) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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