(in languages such as Ancient Greek or modern Swedish) an accent in which emphatic syllables are pronounced on a higher musical pitch relative to other syllables Also called tonic accent
[pich-uh n-puht] /ˈpɪtʃ ənˈpʌt/ adjective 1. of or relating to a small-scale golf course, 5 to 20 acres, and usually having 9 holes of 50 yards in length from tee to cup. noun a nine-hole golf course with holes about one-third regulation size and that requires players to use only an iron and putter; also, […]
- Pitch-and-run shot
[pich-uh n-ruhn] /ˈpɪtʃ ənˈrʌn/ noun, Golf. 1. .
[pich-uh n-taws, -tos] /ˈpɪtʃ ənˈtɔs, -ˈtɒs/ noun 1. a game in which players toss coins at a mark, the person whose coin hits closest to the mark tossing all the coins in the air and winning all those that come down heads up. noun 1. a game of skill and chance in which the player […]
/ˈpɪtʃˌbɛnd/ noun 1. an electronic device that enables a player to bend the pitch of a note being sounded on a synthesizer, usually with a pitch wheel, strip, or lever