1. a place for playing tennis
Oh, it's going to be a forensic nightmare,
OK, let's listen to Dr Naftali G. Berrill, a forensic psychologist in New York City
The body is being examined by forensic anthropologists.
Maybe our forensic team can find something.
The first forensic results indicaded the pistol was not fired.
3. an area made for playing games such as tennis
For many companies, pitching to investors has become almost a full-time job.
Her voice has a really high pitch. (Jej głos ma naprawdę wysoki ton.) Her voice was very quiet and low in pitch. (Jej głos był bardzo cichy i o niskim tonie.)
She pitched her idea to me over a business lunch. They are pitching for business at the moment.
Within a few minutes, he was making his pitch.
Even people with perfect pitch sometimes have a hard time with Mandarin, let alone Cantonese.
The Kansai dialects are said to have a "sing-song" quality because their pitch accents differ from standard Japanese, which comes from the Tokyo dialect.
Here ... the sound of the cicadas is different. "Oh my, I'm impressed you noticed. You've got a good sense of pitch!"
The standard pitch A is used as referential pitch for tuning most of all instruments and is set to 440 Hertz.
So let us summon a new spirit of patriotism, of responsibility, where each of us resolves to pitch in and work harder and look after not only ourselves but each other.
his agent began to receive calls from Hollywood agents keen to pitch their clients for roles in the western
The thread is nominally 34 mm in diameter, with a pitch of two threads per mm (M34x0.5mm).
The piano and organ were tuned to the same pitch
how to pitch your design and sell it to the client. to pitch = to persuade
The man in the shop gave me his sales pitch about quality and reliability.