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hit

noun
 
/hɪt/
B1 a very successful song, movie, book, etc.
(歌・映画などの)ヒット, 大成功
The movie should be a big hit.
B1 an occasion when you touch something or when something touches you quickly and with force
衝突, 打撃
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
(ウェブサイトの)ヒット数
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