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hit

noun [C] (SUCCESS)
成功
 
 
/hɪt/
a thing or person that is very popular or successful
非常受欢迎(或成功)的事物(或人)
The Beatles had a string of number-one hits in the 1960s.
20世纪60年代甲壳虫乐队推出了一系列排行榜冠军曲目。
Your cake was a real hit at the party - everyone commented.
聚会上你的蛋糕真是棒极了——每个人都在谈论。
They've just released a CD of their greatest hits (= their most successful songs).
他们刚刚发行了一张他们的上榜歌曲精选CD。
Successful (things or people)
(Definition of hit noun (SUCCESS) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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