Meaning of absolute pitch in English:

absolute pitch

Pronunciation /ˌabsəluːt ˈpɪtʃ/

Translate absolute pitch into Spanish

noun

mass noun
another term for perfect pitch
‘I have absolute pitch and I could hear those quarter-tones’
  • ‘A person with perfect or absolute pitch will find this easier.’
  • ‘If I had not perfect but absolute pitch as you call it, if I had it as a baby, can I maintain it by taking up music?’
  • ‘They found he had absolute pitch, and a remarkable memory.’
  • ‘But Mithen presents no evidence that absolute pitch is important in musical ability.’
  • ‘Sun compared the brain activity of eight musicians who demonstrated absolute pitch capabilities with eight musicians and eight nonmusicians who did not have this capability.’