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pitch

verb
 
 
/pɪtʃ/
LEVEL [T] to make something suitable for a particular level or group of people
устанавливать, преподносить на определенном уровне
[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
уговаривать, привлекать
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
бросать(ся), рваться вперед/в и т. д.
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
разбивать палатку
Camping
BALL [I, T] in baseball, to throw the ball towards the person who is going to hit it
подавать мяч игроку с битой (в бейсболе)
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
устанавливать звук на определенной высоте
The tune was pitched much too high for me.Technical music terms
(Definition of pitch verb from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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