Definition Of pitch
(of a moving ship, aircraft, or vehicle) rock or oscillate around a lateral axis, so that the front and back move up and down.
the little steamer pressed on, pitching gently
a form of words used when trying to persuade someone to buy or accept something.
a good sales pitch
a legal delivery of the ball by the pitcher.
Sometimes five wild pitches in one inning aren't enough to keep a team from a win.
a playing field.
Having two teams play home games on the same pitch over an English winter would have done more damage to the surface than would a farmer with a plough.
a sticky resinous black or dark brown substance that is semiliquid when hot, hard when cold. It is obtained by distilling tar or petroleum and is used for waterproofing.
There was a small boat, an improvised currach-type constructed from hessian stretched over a wooden frame and doused with pitch to make it waterproof.
Example Of pitch
a football pitch
A group of French rescuers arrive and pitch their tents under a huge Tricolor.
As a grader, you control the blade depth with auxiliary hydraulics and the blade pitch using the attachment hydraulic.
both batsmen were stranded in the middle of the pitch