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pitch in English:

1. a persuasive sales presentation a persuasive sales presentation

English word "pitch"(a persuasive sales presentation) occurs in sets:

unit 5+6 szybki

2. how high or low a note or other sound is

3. an oral proposal designed to persuade someone to buy your product or support you

English word "pitch"(an oral proposal designed to persuade someone to buy your product or support you) occurs in sets:

to try hard to get something you want
Definitions 157-158

4. y

Pushing that button will make the object pivot around the y axis.
No problem. If X happens, we have Y as a backup.

5. fill

Fill it up.
Make your airplane reservations early since flights fill up quickly around Christmas.
Who will fill in for Tom when he is away?
This form looks kind of complicated. Help me fill it out.
Corporations are competing to fill the vacuum.
I use the subject line to determine the contents so please fill it in.
Promises don't fill up your stomach.
He who seeks a flawless horse or flawless wife, may rest assured that even if his work he did forsake, nor bed nor stable would he ever fill.
The new accounting procedures require us to fill out different forms for reporting expenses.
It looks like we've been able to fill in that one year gap and renew our old friendship.
Hui Shi had many ingenious notions. His writings would fill five carriages; but his doctrines were erroneous and contradictory, and his words were wide of their mark.
You can't fill your stomach with the food left on your beard.
The smell of smoke filled the room. The streets filled with tourists. Fill the bucket with water.
By the age of 7 she had filled a notebook with plans for a time machine that only she could understand.
Remove the cap from the ink refill bottle, fill the dropper with ink, and drip an appropriate amount onto the marker's core.

English word "pitch"(fill) occurs in sets:

English pronunciation 1.4

6. sports field

Can we play volleyball on the sports field?
The sports field was soggy from the heavy rain.

7. the act of showing a product or service to someone with the purpose of encouraging them to buy it

8. the things that you say to persuade someone to buy something

English word "pitch"(the things that you say to persuade someone to buy something) occurs in sets:

kolokwium 3.1

9. a throw of the ball

10. to

Go to sleep.
I hope to one day speak German as well as you speak English.
Why aren't you going? "Because I don't want to."
It took me more than two hours to translate a few pages of English.
Look at me when I talk to you!
Homeroom teachers should make every effort to keep in touch with their students.
Nobody ever comes to see us in this out-of-the-way village.
If I can get into university, I am hoping to learn to speak two foreign languages.
Fewer workers meant fewer people with money to buy goods.
Franklin Roosevelt was born to a rich and important New York family.
Two roundtrip tickets to Osaka, please.
The president was quoted as saying he would like to visit Japan soon.
You are welcome to the use of our house while we are away on vacation.
It began to rain heavily just as we got to the gate.
According to the weather forecast, the rainy season will set in next week.

11. angle

The trunk of the tree inclined at an angle of about 20 degrees.
If you change the angle or the perspective of your photos you can make them more interesting and unusual.
stright angle
The front-roller thrust angle is 2 degrees, probably there were plans to strengthen that angle a little when racing.
The wider the V angle, the slower the speed.
The angle would be too narrow.
A tricorn trimmed with gold lace was set at a rakish angle over a wig of white curls that dropped down to his waist.
Don't worry, I have every angle covered.
I tilted my camera at a better angle.
The secret of success lies in the ability to get the other person's point of view and see things from his angle as well as from your own.
Some of the pictures have strange camera angles.
So what you're doing is comparing that angle instead of with this one, but with that one.
The angle of a signature is significant.
Bend your elbows at 90-degree angles and keep them close to your body.
This room looks bigger if you look from this angle.

English word "pitch"(angle) occurs in sets:

Technical Englisch

12. cheap

Wow! That's cheap!
Would you please stop singing so loudly? This is not a cheap drinking place.
Imogen of the Internet has only been photographed by cheap webcams and cell phones.
Real happiness comes cheap; if it's expensive, it's not of a good type.
Cheap apartment houses are multiplying rapidly.
I often see cheap accessories made of agate sold in street stalls and such but are they the real thing?
This is not some cheap Izakaya, so we don't accept that customers sing loudly.
Pocket calculators are as cheap to buy as a pair of socks, and as essential to thousands of British school children as a pencil and eraser.
She's so cheap that she uses tea bags three times before she throws them away.
In the midst of the dollar falling hard against the Yen and other major Eastern currencies the Chinese Yuan, with China effectively taking a 'dollar peg' policy, has become cheap.
Great as is the sensuous beauty of gems, their rarity and price adds an expression of distinction to them, which they would never have if they were cheap.
The best campsites aren’t so cheap for a family to stay at, but the services are often worth it
During times of mass unemployment, there's a pool of cheap labour for employers to draw from.
My uncle is so cheap that he'd rather walk 5 miles in the rain than call a cab.
Therefore we can spend our holidays at a cheap camp or at a more expensive one.

13. the field to playing matches

14. court

Prosecutors in court have to substantiate their claims in order to prove a suspect is guilty.
The attitude of the court toward young criminals is different from its attitude toward adult criminals.
For the crime of first degree murder, this court hereby sentences you to life in prison without the possibility of parole.
In Shakespeare's time, in the sixteenth century, tennis was very popular at the English court.
In court role judge.
King Henry VIII had a tennis court at Hampton Court, his palace on the River Thames, not very far from London.
That is why the U.S. government has gone to court to protect the right of women and girls to wear the hijab, and to punish those who would deny it.
There appeared at this time a lady at Court, who drew the eyes of the whole world; and one may imagine she was a perfect beauty, to gain admiration in a place where there were so many fine women.
The judge, though a stickler for the dignity of the bench, was a great pipe smoker and allowed the attorneys the privilege of smoking in court.
The state court effected unconstitutional legislation without the federal government noticing.
In court facing charges of obscenity, the American actress Mae West was asked by the judge if she was trying to show disrespect to the court, whereupon she answered, "No, your honor, I'm trying not to show it".
Also as they are in an intimate relationship they are in a situation where it is easy for them to suffer from violence and difficult for them to bring complaints about that to court.
The Court has no fears for the safety of the Christian religion. It does not believe that the rock upon which Christianity stands can ever be shaken.
About 14,000 of these usually have tickets for the Center Court.
Never were finer women or more accomplished men seen in any Court, and Nature seemed to have taken pleasure in lavishing her greatest graces on the greatest persons.

15. what the sales rep says to the potential customer

English word "pitch"(what the sales rep says to the potential customer) occurs in sets:

słówka z tłumaczeniem

16. football

I played football.
In 1603, when King James I came into power, football was allowed again.
It said that people could not play football in the future and that anyone who broke this law would be sent to prison.
In a football game the spectators are usually ardent rooters for one of the two teams, but there also is a small group who will climb on the bandwagon of the winning team.
Recreativo de Huelva was the first football club founded in Spain.
In the Greek football game, the players on one team tried to carry a ball across a line in the other team's territory.
England is synonymous with football, fish & chips, and the Queen.
I know from experience; playing football barefoot is a bad idea. You could easily end up with broken toes.
In England in the Middle Ages, whole towns played football on certain holidays, sometimes with as many as 500 players at one time.
A large crowd of Americans gathered outside the White House to celebrate the death of a human being in the same manner as they would celebrate winning a football game.
Carlos Queiroz was fired by the Portuguese Football Federation.
In all her pompous majesty, carried on the shoulders of the entire football team, stood the de facto queen of the school.
In a lawless outpost deep within the desert, everybody wore football shoulder pads and mohawks.
Football originally meant "a game played with a ball on foot" - unlike a game played on horseback, such as polo.

17. a marked out area of ground on which a sport is played

18. throw roughly or casually

19. to present an idea or concept to someone in a way that they will accept it