Translation of "hit" - English-Korean dictionary


verb uk /hɪt/ us /hɪt/ present participle hitting, past tense and past participle hit

A2 to touch something or someone quickly and with force, usually hurting or damaging something

-을 치다
The ball hit him on the head.
She hit her head on the pavement when she fell.

to affect something in a bad way

-에게 (나쁜)영향을 가하다
The city has been hit hard by the budget cuts.
hit it off informal

If people hit it off, they like each other immediately.

죽이 잘 맞다

Phrasal verb(s)

noun uk /hɪt/ us /hɪt/

B1 a very successful song, movie, book, etc.

히트, 대인기
The movie should be a big hit.

B1 an occasion when you touch something or when something touches you quickly and with force


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

히트(인터넷 검색)

(Translation of “hit” from the Cambridge English–Korean Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)