throw (a ball, etc.)
erect or fix (a tent or camp), especially for a short time
move up and down as the bows rise and fall especially of a ship
a special marked-out area of ground on which football, etc. is played
the degree of highness or lowness of a musical note or speaking voice
a black substance
a backward and forward movement of a ship or aircraft
amount or degree of slope
place where a street trader usually does business or a street entertainer usually performs
persuasive talk or arguments used by a salesman to sell things
"he was employed to see that his paper's news pitches were not trespassed upon by rival vendors"
"the roof had a steep pitch"
"the pitching and tossing was quite exciting"
"his pitch fell short and his hat landed on the floor"
"flip me the beachball"
"toss me newspaper"
"The ship suddenly lurched to the left"
"She pitched over the railing of the balcony"
"He pitched his voice very low"
"The terrain sloped down"
"The tower is tilting"
"The ceiling is slanting"
"pitch a tent"
"The pitcher delivered the ball"
"She pitched her speech to the teenagers in the audience"
Every roll and pitch of the vessel.
出自： G. Macdonald
A stake, or a post is pitched in the ground.
出自： J. Dyke
请把废纸丢进里面。 pitch in
If everyone pitches in, we'll soon have the job finished.
As soon as the food was put on the table, all the children pitched in without waiting to be invited.
They pitch in with contributions of money.
If I really pitch in,I may be able to finish my paper before the deadline.
He has pitched his ball into our house.
Pitch the stone into the river.
The boat suddenly rocked and pitched him into the water.
小船突然摇晃起来,把他甩进水里。 pitch into sb
They pitched into him.
Fearlessly Jim pitched into his attackers, who soon all lay unconscious on the ground.
The opposition speaker made a lively speech, pitching into the government for its ineffective actions.
反对党发言人发表演说,猛烈抨击政府毫无效果的行动。 pitch sb into sth
I didn't ask for the chairmanship; I was pitched into it.
车子撞到墙上,他被摔了出来。 pitch out of sb/sth
He lost his balance, and pitched out of the window headfirst.
他失去平衡,头朝下从窗子上跌了下去。 pitch sth out of sb/sth
The player pitched the ball out of the way it was expected to go.
那个运动员把球投偏了。 pitch sb ⇔ out
Let's pitch the drunkard out.
They pitched two members out for failing to pay the money they owed.
Two members were pitched out for failing to pay the money they owed.