Synonyms of pitch in English:

pitch1

noun

  • 1 the umpires declared the pitch unfit for first-class cricket
    playing field, field, ground, sports field; stadium, arena; British close, park
  • 4 her frustration reached such a pitch that she screamed
    level, intensity, point, degree, height, extent
  • 6 his sales pitch
    patter, talk
    informal spiel, line
  • 7 the street traders had already reserved their pitches
    site, place, spot, station; Scottish stance
    British informal patch

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  • 3 they pitched their tents for the night
    put up, set up, erect, raise, position, fix in position, place, locate; set up camp

Phrases

make a pitch for

he made a clear pitch for the support of the left of the party try to obtaintry to acquiretry to getbid formake a bid for

Phrases

pitch in

everyone pitched in to complete the task help outhelpassistlend a handjoin inparticipateplay a partcontributedo one's bitchip incooperatecollaborateput one's shoulder to the wheelBritish informalmuck inget stuck in

pitch into

he pitched into the youths with such fury that they ran off attackturn onlash out atset uponassaultfly atlunge atlet fly attear intoweigh intobelabour informallay intosail intolace intolet someone have ittake a pop atNorth American informallight into

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Synonyms of pitch in English:

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