Definition of pitch-perfect in English:

pitch-perfect

Syllabification: pitch-per·fect
Pronunciation: /ˈpiCHˌpərfəkt
 
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adjective

Exactly right in tone, mood, or pitch: a pitch-perfect, hilarious sendup of a Ken Burns-style documentary
More example sentences
  • His tone was pitch-perfect and his message was clear: ‘We can do better!’
  • As mountaineering survival stories go, this is the destroyer of its class: an incredible climbing epic in the hands of a pitch-perfect writer.
  • It was pretty close to (though not quite) pitch-perfect as a movie.

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