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Arabic translation of “hit”

hit

noun
 
/hɪt/
B1 a very successful song, movie, book, etc.
شَيء ناجِح جِدًا
The movie should be a big hit.
B1 an occasion when you touch something or when something touches you quickly and with force
صَدْمة / لَطْمة / ضَرْبة
an occasion when someone visits a website on the internet, which is then counted to find the number of people who look at the page
زِيارة (لِمَوْقِع في الإنْتَرْنِت)
(Definition of hit noun from the Cambridge English-Arabic Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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