Bedeutung von “hit” — Learner’s Dictionary


verb us uk /hɪt/ present participle hitting, past tense and past participle hit
Extra Examples
Robbers hit him over the head with a baseball bat.Don't you dare hit your sister!The teacher is alleged to have hit a student.I hit him in a fit of anger.The man hit him in the face.
HAND [ T ]

A2 to touch something quickly and with force using your hand or an object in your hand:

She hit him on the head with her tennis racket.

B1 to touch someone or something quickly and with force, usually causing injury or damage:

The car skidded and hit a wall.
As she fell, she hit her head on the pavement.

B2 to affect something badly:

[ often passive ] The economy has been hit by high unemployment.

to reach a place, position, or state:

Our profits have already hit $1 million.
THINK [ T ] informal

If an idea or thought hits you, you suddenly think of it:

The idea for the book hit me in the middle of the night.

(Definition von “hit verb” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)