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Translation of "pitch" - English-German dictionary


verb /pitʃ/
to set up (a tent or camp) aufschlagen They pitched their tent in the field.
to throw werfen He pitched the stone into the river.
to (cause to) fall heavily stürzen He pitched forward.
(of a ship) to rise and fall violently stampfen The boat pitched up and down on the rough sea.
to set (a note or tune) at a particular level anstimmen He pitched the tune too high for my voice.
of a (certain) musical pitch …-tönend a high-pitched / low-pitched voice.
pitcher noun
a person who pitches especially (in baseball) the player who throws the ball. der/die Werfer(in)
pitched battle
a battle between armies that have been prepared and arranged for fighting beforehand offene Schlacht They fought a pitched battle.
pitchfork noun
a large long-handled fork for lifting and moving hay. die Heugabel
(Definition of pitch from the Password English-German Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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