All Verb Noun
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  • Info Hit may mean to strike someone or something to cause physical harm.
  • His game-winning single was the first walk-off hit of his career.
  • I would love to be on a long-running hit TV show.
  • It was the only time in his career that he hit three home runs in a game.
  • The changes allows a player taking a free hit to pass the ball to themselves.
  • No player had ever retired after a final season in which they hit so many home runs.
  • Seven minutes passed before the British managed to score their first hit.
  • The songs of this film are an all-time hit.
  • The next day he had three more hits, two of which were home runs.
  • The single his first time up gave him nine consecutive hits over three games.
  • Pieces of it damaged the number-three engine and hit the number-two engine.
  • Most of them were well-known hits but also some were recorded for the first time.
  • This move enabled the show to become a long-running hit for the network.
  • They played all of their greatest hits, and only two new songs.
  • The single quickly hit the number one spot in the United Kingdom.
  • He does not feel they have written their best hits yet.
  • The film was released in March and became a hit.
  • Both the album and the single of the same name were hits.
  • A home run is also scored as a hit.
  • It opened in New York and went on to become a hit in London.
  • Several buildings including the power station were hit, but no personnel were injured.
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Meaning of hit

  • noun (baseball) a successful stroke in an athletic contest (especially in baseball)
    he came all the way around on Williams' hit
  • noun The act of contacting one thing with another
    repeated hitting raised a large bruise, after three misses she finally got a hit
  • noun A conspicuous success
    that song was his first hit and marked the beginning of his career, that new Broadway show is a real smasher, the party went with a bang
  • noun A dose of a narcotic drug
  • noun A murder carried out by an underworld syndicate
    it has all the earmarks of a Mafia hit
  • noun A connection made via the internet to another website
    WordNet gets many hits from users worldwide
  • verb Cause to move by striking
    hit a ball
  • verb Hit against; come into sudden contact with
    The car hit a tree, He struck the table with his elbow
  • verb Deal a blow to, either with the hand or with an instrument
    He hit her hard in the face
  • verb Affect or afflict suddenly, usually adversely
    We were hit by really bad weather, He was stricken with cancer when he was still a teenager, The earthquake struck at midnight
  • verb Cause to experience suddenly
    Panic struck me, An interesting idea hit her, A thought came to me, The thought struck terror in our minds, They were struck with fear
  • verb Drive something violently into a location
    he hit his fist on the table, she struck her head on the low ceiling
  • verb Consume to excess
    hit the bottle
  • verb Hit the intended target or goal
  • verb Pay unsolicited and usually unwanted sexual attention to
    He tries to hit on women in bars