pitch on


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pitch on

Also, pitch upon. Choose, decide on, as in He pitched on the ideal solution. This idiom uses pitch in the sense of "arrange or set something in order." [Early 1600s]
See also: on, pitch

pitch on

v.
1. To throw or toss something onto something: I pitched my jacket on the chair and sat down.
2. To choose or achieve something, usually quickly: We pitched on the terrace as the proper location for the ceremony.
See also: on, pitch