Detailed Translations for pitch from English to Spanish


pitch [the ~] noun

  1. the pitch
  2. the pitch (intonation; tone; sound; )
    el sonido; el ruido; el tono; la nota musical
  3. the pitch (tar)
    el alquitrán; la pez; la brea
  4. the pitch (intonation; timbre; tone; )
    el sonido; el timbre; la nota musical; el tono; la entonación
  5. the pitch
    – A measurement of the number of characters that fit in a horizontal inch. Pitch is generally used to measure monospaced fonts. 1
    el paso

to pitch verb (pitches, pitched, pitching)

  1. to pitch (fling)
    tirar; arrojar

Conjugations for pitch:

  1. pitch
  2. pitch
  3. pitches
  4. pitch
  5. pitch
  6. pitch
simple past
  1. pitched
  2. pitched
  3. pitched
  4. pitched
  5. pitched
  6. pitched
present perfect
  1. have pitched
  2. have pitched
  3. has pitched
  4. have pitched
  5. have pitched
  6. have pitched
past continuous
  1. was pitching
  2. were pitching
  3. was pitching
  4. were pitching
  5. were pitching
  6. were pitching
  1. shall pitch
  2. will pitch
  3. will pitch
  4. shall pitch
  5. will pitch
  6. will pitch
continuous present
  1. am pitching
  2. are pitching
  3. is pitching
  4. are pitching
  5. are pitching
  6. are pitching
  1. be pitched
  2. be pitched
  3. be pitched
  4. be pitched
  5. be pitched
  6. be pitched
  1. pitch!
  2. let's pitch!
  3. pitched
  4. pitching
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for pitch:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
alquitrán pitch; tar
altura del sonido pitch
arrojar casting; throwing
brea pitch; tar
entonación intonation; note; pitch; sound; timber; timbre; tone; tone colour cadence; inflection; intonation; modulation; musical note; note; tone; tone of voice
inflexión de voz pitch cadence; inflection; intonation; modulation; tone of voice
nota musical intonation; note; pitch; sound; timber; timbre; tone; tone colour musical note; note; tone
paso pitch access; admission; admittance; aisle; alley; avenue; channel; country road; distance; ditch; door; doorway; fairway; footfall; footprint; footstep; forecourt; gait; gallop; gallopade; gangway; groove; i.d. card; in transit; journey; lane; mountain pass; pace; pass; passage; passage through; path; permit; porch; reach; road; round; scamper; small circle; step; stretch; stride; track; trail; tread; trot; veranda; vestibule; way
pez pitch; tar
ruido intonation; note; pitch; sound; timber; timbre; tone buzz; clamor; clamour; din; hubbub; hullabaloo; hum; movement; noise; racket; roar; rumor; rumour; tumult; tumultuousness; uproar; whirr; zooming
sonido intonation; note; pitch; sound; timber; timbre; tone; tone colour
timbre intonation; note; pitch; sound; timber; timbre; tone; tone colour bell; bell handle; door bell; doorbell; ring; ringer; timber; timbre; tone; wax seal; wax stamp
tirar edition; print; printing; throwing out
tono intonation; note; pitch; sound; timber; timbre; tone; tone colour chromatic spectrum; hue; key; mode; musical note; note; range of colouring; ring tone; ringtone; shade; tint; tonality; tone
- auction pitch; delivery; lurch; pitch shot; pitching; rake; sales pitch; sales talk; slant; tar
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
arrojar fling; pitch cast; cast off; cast out; chuck down; deposit; direct; drop; falter; fling; fling down; flop; guide; heave; hurl; lead; placing; point the direction; puke; regurgigate; roll; spew; spew out; stagger; swap; sway; switch; swop; throw; throw away; throw down; throw off; throw on the ground; throw out; throw up; vomit; wave; wobble
tirar fling; pitch cast; cast off; discard; drop; fire; fire a shot; fling; fusillade; heave; hurl; knock over; pull out; pull the trigger; push over; shoot; stretch; throw; throw away; throw down; throw in; throw off; throw on the ground; throw out; tighten; upset
- cant; cant over; deliver; flip; gear; hawk; huckster; incline; lurch; monger; peddle; set up; shift; sky; slant; slope; tilt; toss; vend

Related Words for "pitch":

  • pitching, pitches

Synonyms for "pitch":

Related Definitions for "pitch":

  1. the action or manner of throwing something2
    • his pitch fell short and his hat landed on the floor2
  2. (baseball) the act of throwing a baseball by a pitcher to a batter2
  3. abrupt up-and-down motion (as caused by a ship or other conveyance)2
  4. an all-fours game in which the first card led is a trump2
  5. a high approach shot in golf2
  6. the property of sound that varies with variation in the frequency of vibration2
  7. degree of deviation from a horizontal plane2
    • the roof had a steep pitch2
  8. promotion by means of an argument and demonstration2
  9. a vendor's position (especially on the sidewalk)2
    • he was employed to see that his paper's news pitches were not trespassed upon by rival vendors2
  10. any of various dark heavy viscid substances obtained as a residue2
  11. set the level or character of2
    • She pitched her speech to the teenagers in the audience2
  12. set to a certain pitch2
    • He pitched his voice very low2
  13. lead (a card) and establish the trump suit2
  14. hit (a golf ball) in a high arc with a backspin2
  15. throw or hurl from the mound to the batter, as in baseball2
    • The pitcher delivered the ball2
  16. throw or toss with a light motion2
  17. erect and fasten2
    • pitch a tent2
  18. move abruptly2
  19. heel over2
  20. fall or plunge forward2
    • She pitched over the railing of the balcony2
  21. be at an angle2
  22. sell or offer for sale from place to place2
  23. A measurement of the number of characters that fit in a horizontal inch. Pitch is generally used to measure monospaced fonts.1

Wiktionary Translations for pitch:

  1. sticky, gummy substance secreted by trees
  2. dark, extremely viscous material made by distilling tar
    • pitchpez
  3. the act of pitching a baseball
  4. the field on which cricket, soccer, rugby or field hockey is played
  5. distance between evenly spaced objects
  6. the angle at which an object sits
  7. level or degree
  8. the perceived frequency of a sound or note
  1. to throw
  2. baseball: to throw the ball toward home plate
  3. to promote, advertise, or attempt to sell
  4. to assemble or erect (a tent)

Cross Translation:
pitch alquitrán teer — een olieachtige vloeistof met een zeer hoge viscositeit
pitch pez Pech — Rückstand bei der Teerherstellung
pitch diapasón diapason — (musique) étendue des sons qu’une voix ou un instrument peut parcourir, depuis le ton le plus bas jusqu’au plus haut.
pitch echar; tirar; lanzar jeterlancer avec la main ou de quelque autre manière.
pitch pez poix — Matière résineuse gluante noire

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