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pitch

verb
 
 
/pɪtʃ/
LEVEL [T] to make something suitable for a particular level or group of people
dostosować, dopasować, ustawiać
[often passive] His talk was pitched at slightly too high a level for the audience.Adapting and modifying ChangingAdapting and attuning to something
PERSUADE [I, T] mainly US to try to persuade someone to do something
zachwalać, reklamować
They are pitching for new business at the moment.Urging and persuadingCausing somebody to act
pitch (sb/sth) forward/into, etc to suddenly move in a particular direction, or to make someone or something suddenly move in a particular direction
rzucać kimś/czymś /się gdzieś , runąć
He braked too hard and the car pitched forward.Moving quicklySlanting, sloping, leaning, tilting
pitch a tent to choose a place for a tent and put it there
rozbijać namiot
Camping
BALL [I, T] in baseball, to throw the ball towards the person who is going to hit it
miotać, rzucać, grać na pozycji miotacza
He used to pitch for the Chicago White Sox.ThrowingBaseball and roundersGeneral terms used in ball sports
SOUND [T] to make sound at a particular level
stroić, dobierać wysokość dźwięku
The tune was pitched much too high for me.Technical music terms
(Definition of pitch verb from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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