from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The precise pitch of an isolated tone, as established by its rate of vibration measured on a standard scale.
- n. Music The ability to identify any pitch heard or produce any pitch referred to by name. Also called perfect pitch.
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- n. The exact pitch as established by its rate of vibration based on a standard scale.
- n. A perfect pitch; the ability to identify or reproduce any tone heard perfectly.
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- n. the ability to identify the pitch of a tone
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