Talk that attempts/intends to persuade someone of something; sweet-talk.
WOMAN: Can you cut my son's hair tonight and I'll pay you tomorrow.

MAN: No. That's only a sales pitch intending to cause problems.
作者 Mr. Terrence L. Trezvant 2005年11月06日
The most powerful and the most energetic expression of an intent to persuade someone to act – to exchange her/his possessions or ($$ Money) into any product or service with a nice, soft and the most friendliest approach possible.
' sales pitch' might look this: Hey, I am Eugene Zeeo , consultant. Mostly I help people with at least three basic needs:
1. To Create
2. To Build and
3. To Protect assets, wealth – money you and your family been working for all their life’s.
Which one of those three you may be interested in?
I also would like to have breakfast with you tomorrow
@ 7.15 or may be 8.30 be better for you?

作者 Eugene Zeeo 2005年12月21日
What someone says to someone else in order to have intercourse with them or get their phone number for sexual reasons. Usually applies with a man speaking to a woman.
Bill: Hey, I got that girl's phone number.

Eric: Wow, you must have had one hell of a sales pitch because she's way hotter than you.

Bill: Yeah, I told her I played for the Yankees and created the Xbox 360.
作者 Pathetic White Guy 2013年2月10日

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