a standard of pitch in which A above middle C is established at 435 vibrations per second.
[loh-picht] /ˈloʊˈpɪtʃt/ adjective 1. pitched in a low register or key: a low-pitched aria for the basso. 2. produced by slow vibrations; relatively grave in pitch or soft in sound: a low-pitched whistle. adjective 1. pitched low in tone 2. (of a roof) having sides with a shallow slope
- Low post
noun in basketball, the area under or just to either side the basket; this offensive position Examples The center was instructed to play the low post. Word Origin post being the post attached to the basket
[loh-pou-er] /ˈloʊˈpaʊ ər/ adjective 1. (of a radio station) having the power to broadcast to a radius of only 10 to 15 miles (16 to 24 km).
[loh-presh-er] /ˈloʊˈprɛʃ ər/ adjective 1. having or involving a low or below-normal pressure, as steam or water. 2. without vigor or persistence; not forceful or aggressive: a low-pressure campaign. 3. quietly persuasive; subtle; indirect: a low-pressure salesman. adjective 1. having, using, or involving a pressure below normal: a low-pressure gas 2. relaxed or calm