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hit

noun [C]
 
 
/hɪt/
SONG/FILM B1 a very successful song, film, book, etc
hit, przebój
The film 'Titanic' was a big hit.Successful (things or people)
PERSON/THING B1 a popular person or thing
hit, przebój
The chocolate cake was a big hit with the children.Liked, or not liked, by many peopleSuccessful (things or people)
TOUCH when you touch something or when something touches you quickly and with force
uderzenie, cios, trafienie
Hitting and beatingPunishing by causing pain
INTERNET B2 a request to see a document on the Internet that is then counted to calculate the number of people looking at the page
odwiedziny
Internet terminology and abbreviations
(Definition of hit noun from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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