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  1. Samulkis Reply
    pitch/throw (someone) a curve ball Slang 1. To mislead; deceive. 2. To cause to be surprised, especially unpleasantly so. See: (as) black as pitch a pitched battle at fever pitch black as a skillet black as night black as night/pitch/the ace of spades black as pitch devil to pay, the fever pitch if there's grass on the pitch, play ball in there pitching.
  2. Digor Reply
    90 synonyms of pitch from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus related words, definitions, and antonyms. Find another word for pitch. Pitch: an act or instance of diving.
  3. Goltisho Reply
    Pitch is the modern presentation software that empowers teams: designed to improve the way presentations are crafted and knowledge is shared.
  4. Akinokasa Reply
    Pitch, in music, position of a single sound in the complete range of sound. Sounds are higher or lower in pitch according to the frequency of vibration of the sound waves producing them. A high frequency (e.g., hertz) is perceived as a high pitch and a low frequency (e.g., 55 hertz) as a low pitch.
  5. Tesida Reply
    View All Pitch News. About Tomatometer. A series gets an Average Tomatometer when at least 50 percent of its seasons have a score. The Average Tomatometer is the sum of all season scores divided 94%.
  6. Tauran Reply
    pitch in 1. To help out; to contribute or assist. Jim is always willing to pitch in with any housework that needs doing. Let me know if I can pitch in at all. 2. To throw, toss, or discard something casually in(to something else). In this usage, a noun or pronoun can be used between "pitch" and "in." The trunk should be empty, so just pitch your gear in.
  7. Mikakree Reply
    In baseball, the ball is pitched (thrown). Elsewhere, writers, salesmen, and other folks make pitches (proposals).
  8. Voshura Reply
    Pitch is the modern presentation software that empowers teams: designed to improve the way presentations are crafted and knowledge is shared.
  9. Daigami Reply
    pitch definition: 1. an area painted with lines for playing particular sports, especially football: 2. the level or. Learn more.