sales pitch Definition in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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"sales pitch" in British English

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sales pitchnoun [S]

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a ​talk or a way of ​talking that is ​intended to ​persuade you to ​buy something: I didn't ​want to ​listen to his ​salespitch.
(Definition of sales pitch from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"sales pitch" in Business English

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sales pitchnoun [C]

a spoken description or ​talk about a ​product or ​service you are ​trying to ​sell, intended to persuade ​people to ​buy it: Part of the ​salespitch was that, as ​long as an ​account remains in ​credit, one could make any ​number of ​cash withdrawals without ​ a sales pitch (to sb) The ​company will make a ​salespitch to ​institutionalinvestors on August 4th. an aggressive/​effective/good ​salespitch
(Definition of sales pitch from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “sales pitch”
in Chinese (Simplified) 商品宣传,推销行话…
in Chinese (Traditional) 商品宣傳,推銷行話…
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