||the exact pitch of a single musical tone as determined by its rate of vibrations as measured on a standard scale. [2 definitions]
||see absolute pitch.
||(informal) to help others do something.
||(informal) to attack verbally or physically. [2 definitions]
||any of various pine trees cultivated as a source of pitch or turpentine.
||a small musical pipe or pipes with invariable pitch, used as a tuning standard by singers and other musicians.
||completely black; deep black.
||so dark as to make vision impossible.
||a kind of softball in which the ball must be pitched in an arc from three to ten feet high.
||in baseball, an erratic pitch that the catcher cannot be expected to catch and that allows a base runner to advance to the next base. (Cf. passed ball.)