pitch-perfect

adjective
pitch-per·​fect | \ ˈpich-ˈpər-fikt \

Definition of pitch-perfect

: sensitive to or having exactly the right tone or style a pitch-perfect translation The political newcomer launched and led a pitch-perfect race over the summer.— Mattie Kahn

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1902, in the meaning defined above

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pitch-perfect

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of pitch-perfect

: having exactly the right tone or style

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