Synonyms of pitch in English

: pitch1pitch2

pitch1


See definition of pitch

noun

1‘the umpires declared the pitch unfit for first-class cricket’

SYNONYMS
playing field, field, ground, sports field
stadium, arena
British close, park

2‘her voice rose in pitch’

SYNONYMS
tone, timbre, sound, key, tonality, modulation, frequency

3‘the pitch of the roof’

SYNONYMS
steepness, angle, gradient, slope, slant, tilt, incline, cant, rake, dip, inclination

4‘her frustration reached such a pitch that she screamed’

SYNONYMS
level, intensity, point, degree, height, extent

5‘a pitch of the ball’

SYNONYMS
throw, cast, fling, hurl, toss, delivery, lob
informal chuck, heave

6‘his sales pitch’

SYNONYMS
patter, talk
informal spiel, line

7‘the street traders had already reserved their pitches’

SYNONYMS
site, place, spot, station
Scottish stance
British informal patch

8‘the pitch of the ship’

SYNONYMS
lurch, pitching, lurching, roll, rolling, plunging, reeling, swaying, rocking, list, wallowing, labouring
rare keeling

verb

1‘he crumpled the page up and pitched it into the fireplace’

SYNONYMS
throw, toss, fling, hurl, cast, lob, launch, flip, shy, dash, aim, direct, propel, bowl
informal chuck, sling, heave, buzz, whang, bung, yeet
North American informal peg
Australian informal hoy
New Zealand informal bish

2‘he pitched overboard’

SYNONYMS
fall, fall headlong, tumble, topple, plunge, plummet, dive, take a nosedive, nosedive

3‘they pitched their tents for the night’

SYNONYMS
put up, set up, erect, raise, position, fix in position, place, locate
set up camp

4‘the boat pitched sharply’

SYNONYMS
lurch, toss, toss about, plunge, roll, reel, sway, rock, flounder, keel, list, wallow, labour
pitchpole

Synonyms of pitch in English

: pitch1pitch2

pitch2


See definition of pitch

noun

1‘the cement is coated with pitch’

SYNONYMS
bitumen, asphalt, tar

Phrases

    pitch in

    ‘everyone pitched in to complete the task’


    SYNONYMS
    help out, help, assist, lend a hand, join in, participate, play a part, contribute, do one's bit, chip in, cooperate, collaborate, put one's shoulder to the wheel
    British informal muck in, get stuck in
    pitch into

    ‘he pitched into the youths with such fury that they ran off’


    SYNONYMS
    attack, turn on, lash out at, set upon, assault, fly at, lunge at, let fly at, tear into, weigh into, belabour
    informal lay into, sail into, lace into, let someone have it, take a pop at
    North American informal light into
    make a pitch for

    ‘he made a clear pitch for the support of the left of the party’


    SYNONYMS
    try to obtain, try to acquire, try to get, bid for, make a bid for