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pitch
British English: /pɪtʃ/
American English: /pɪtʃ/

Translation of pitch in Arabic:

noun/اسم

  • 1 (British English/الإنكليزية البريطانية)
    (playing field)
    مَلْعَب مُعَشَّب
    a football/cricket pitch
    مَلْعَب كُرةِ قَدَمٍ \ كْريكِت
  • 3
    (degree)
    excitement was at fever pitch
    كانَت الإثارةُ في ذَرْوَتِها
  • 4
    (sales talk)
    دِعاية تَرْويجيّة
    his sales pitch was very convincing
    كانَتْ دِعايَتُهُ التَرْويجيّةُ مُقْنِعةً جِدًّا
  • 6 (British English/الإنكليزية البريطانية)
    (in street trading) (مَكان في الشارِعِ يَعْرِضُ فيهِ بائِعٌ مُتَجَوِّلٌ بِضاعَتَهُ)

transitive verb/فعل متعد

  • 2
    (in baseball) (Form I) (stem vowel = i) (the ball)
  • 3
    (to aim) (Form X) (a speech, campaign, the publicity)
    the programme is pitched at young people
    اسْتَهْدَفَ البَرْنامَجُ الشَبابَ
    the exam was pitched at a high level
    وُضِعَ الامْتِحانُ لِيَسْتَهْدِفَ ذَوي المُسْتَوَياتِ العاليةِ
  • 4
    (singers, musicians) (stem vowel = i or u) (Form I) (a note)
    to pitch one's voice higher/lower
    ضَبَطَ صَوْتَهُ على نَبْرةٍ عالِيةٍ \ مُنْخَفِضةٍ
  • 5 (to set up) See examples: to pitch the tent
    نَصَبَ الخَيْمةَ
    to pitch camp
    أَقامَ مُخَيَّماً

intransitive verb/فعل غير متعد

  • 1
    (riders, passengers) (to be thrown) (Form VII)
    the cyclist pitched over the handlebars/into the water
    انَقَذَفَ راكِبُ الدَرّاجةِ فوق مِقْوَدِ الدَرّاجةِ \ في الماءِ
  • 2
    (the boat, ship) (Form II)
    to pitch and roll
    تَأَرْجَحَ وَتَمايَلَ

Phrasal verbs

pitch in

[informal] (to join in) (volunteers, the group)
مَدَّ يَدَ المُساعَدةِ
we all pitched in together
مَدَدْنا كُلُّنا يَدَ المُساعَدةِ

pitch into

pitch into [somebody/something] 1
(to attack)
اعْتَدى على [شَيْءٍ \ شَخْصٍ]
(an opponent, your victim)
2
(to launch into)
بَدَأَ [شَيْئاً] بِنَشاطٍ
(the work, a job)
pitch [somebody] into something
زَجَّ ب [شَخْصٍ] في شَيْءٍ
(a situation, dispute)

pitch out

[informal]
pitch out [somebody/something], pitch [somebody/something] out 1
أَلْقى \ رَمى ب [شَخْصٍ \ شَيْءٍ] خارِجاً
(a troublemaker, drunk)
2
تَخَلَّصَ من [شَيْءٍ]
(one's belongings, luggage)

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