There are 2 translations of pitch in Spanish:

pitch1

Pronunciation: /pɪtʃ/

n

  • 1 1.1 (level, degree) (no plural/sin plural) punto (masculine), extremo (masculine), grado (masculine) to reach such a pitch that … llegar* hasta tal punto or tal extremo que …, llegar* a un grado tal que … tension had risen to an unbearable pitch la tensión había aumentado hasta hacerse insoportable 1.2 uncountable or countable/no numerable o numerable [Music/Música] tono (masculine)
  • 2 [Sport/Deporte] 2.1 countable/numerable (in baseball) lanzamiento (masculine) 2.2 countable/numerable (in golf) pitch (masculine)
  • 4 countable/numerable 4.1 (position, site) (British English/inglés británico) lugar (masculine), sitio (masculine); (in market, fair) puesto (masculine) to queer sb's pitch (British English/inglés británico) [colloquial/familiar] jorobar a algn [colloquial/familiar], serrucharle (River Plate area/Río de la Plata) or (Chile) aserrucharle el piso a algn [colloquial/familiar] 4.2
    (sales pitch)
    he had a very effective sales pitch tenía buena labia para vender, sabía convencer al cliente con argumentos an insurance agent's pitch el discursito de un vendedor de seguros
  • 6 uncountable/no numerable (substance) brea (feminine)
    More example sentences
    • 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.
    • The production of tar and pitch as well as potash and saltpeter is included in the category of proto-industry.
    • All his exports for which we still have record were cloth; he imported herring and dried fish, ashes, iron, lumber, oil, pitch and tar.

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There are 2 translations of pitch in Spanish:

pitch2

vt

  • 1 (set up) [tent] armar, montar; [camp] montar, hacer*
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    • With temperatures plummeting, the council ordered winter camps to be pitched.
    • Saturday night saw the Raise The Roof benefit pitch its tent at the Rosemount Hotel.
    • Perhaps they'll end up pitching their tents somewhere on Romney Marsh.
  • 2 2.1 (throw, toss) tirar, arrojar we were pitched forward when the bus braked suddenly el frenazo en seco que dio el autobús nos lanzó or nos arrojó hacia adelante she was pitched off her horse fue arrojada del caballo 2.2 (in baseball, cricket) [ball] lanzar*, pichear
  • 3 3.1 (aim, set, address) she doesn't know at what level to pitch her talk no sabe qué nivel darle a la charla why don't you pitch your aspirations a little higher? ¿por qué no das más vuelo a tus aspiraciones?, ¿por qué no picas un poco más alto? [colloquial/familiar] they pitched their opening offer at 3% situaron su oferta inicial en un 3% to pitch it a bit strong o high [colloquial/familiar] recargar* las tintas 3.2 [Music/Música] [note] dar* her instrument was pitched lower su instrumento tenía un tono más bajo
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    • She didn't need to pitch her voice lower, for the teeth-rattling music took care of the concept of being overheard.
    • He called back, pitching his voice like a girl's.
    • Was it just me or was he pitching his voice rather high?

vi

  • 1 1.1 (fall) (+ adverb complement/+ adverbio predicativo) caerse* he pitched forward onto his face se fue de bruces the boxes pitched forward on top of me las cajas se me vinieron encima 1.2 (lurch) [ship/plane] cabecear
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    • Swaying in the wind, they're concerned about the timing in getting on deck, with the ship pitching hard up and down.
    • Although the sea washed the heads clean as the ship pitched, the heads still needed a regular scrub-down with a broom.
    • Then we hit some turbulence, and both aircraft pitched and rolled a little bit.
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    • The big ex-con pitches forward and falls behind the counter.
    • I pitched forward and toppled over the rail.
    • As she pitched forward, about to fall, someone caught her by her upper arms.
  • 2 [Sport/Deporte] 2.1 (in baseball) lanzar*, pichear 2.2 (in golf, cricket) [ball] caer*, dar*
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    • The next ball was pitched up and driven for four.
    • He pitched the ball well up, turned it a touch, and conceded only 44 runs in his ten overs.
    • He was able to pitch the ball just about anywhere he wanted and because of this and his pace he was the obvious weapon.
    More example sentences
    • Once you become proficient at pitching the ball, you'll want to convert more putts for par - and cut down on three-putts.
    • He pitched onto the green, where an evil eight-footer awaited him.
    • He pitched back onto the green some 30 feet away, and then almost putted it off the green before gunning it long again.
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    • He threw the ball back to her and she gave the batter a whole two seconds before pitching the same ball.
    • He was due to pitch the first ball of a crunch baseball match in New York between the Yankees and the Arizona Diamondbacks.
    • Just as Billy pitched the ball, I made eye contact with him.
  • 3 (campaign, fight) (American English/inglés norteamericano) to pitch for sth pelear por algo to be in there pitching [colloquial/familiar] estar* en la brecha or al pie del cañón

Phrasal verbs

pitch in

verb + adverb/verbo + adverbio [colloquial/familiar]
1.1 (join in) arrimar el hombro, dar* una mano if everyone pitches in si todos arriman el hombro or dan una mano she pitched in with the rest of them se puso a trabajar a la par de los demás several people pitched in with offers of help varias personas se ofrecieron a ayudar 1.2 (start eating) atacar* [colloquial/familiar], entrarle (Mexico/México) [colloquial/familiar]

pitch into

verb + preposition + object/verbo + preposición + complemento [colloquial/familiar]
1.1 (set about) to pitch into sth ponerse* a hacer algo he pitched into the paperwork se puso a despachar el papeleo [colloquial/familiar] 1.2 (start eating) atacar* [colloquial/familiar], entrarle a (Mexico/México) [colloquial/familiar] 1.3 (attack) arremeter contra

pitch up

verb + adverb/verbo + adverbio (British English/inglés británico)

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