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The example sentences of ELEVATOR PITCH in videos (5 in total of 10)

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English idiom

What does "elevator pitch" mean?
"elevator pitch" is an English idiom. Meaning "A brief presentation of an idea, one short enough to be delivered in an elevator"

Similar phrases & idioms

convalesce from

To recover or heal from something, such as an injury or illness.

To recover or heal from something, such as an injury or illness.

kill time

To engage in an activity, usually a rather aimless or idle one, with the goa ...

To engage in an activity, usually a rather aimless or idle one, with the goal of making time seem to pass more quickly or less slowly.

tick off

Infuriate, make angry. For example, . [Colloquial; second half of 1900s] For ...

Infuriate, make angry. For example, . [Colloquial; second half of 1900s] For a vulgar synonym, see piss off.

warn against

To caution (someone) not to do something that is dangerous or risky. A noun ...

To caution (someone) not to do something that is dangerous or risky. A noun or pronoun can be used between "warn" and "against."

on a different planet

Completely out of touch with or oblivious to reality.

Completely out of touch with or oblivious to reality.