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    pitch in

    Does "pitch in" = to help mean? e.g.
    "Equity investors pitch in to help solve India's transport needs"


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    Re: pitch in

    Quote Originally Posted by me78 View Post
    Does "pitch in" = to help mean? e.g.
    "Equity investors pitch in to help solve India's transport needs"
    Yes, it does. For example:

    "John started to build the wall, and after a while we all pitched in (helped him)."


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    Re: pitch in

    thanks

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