Translation of "hit" - English-Portuguese dictionary

hit

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

bater, golpear, atingir
The ball hit him on the head.
She hit her head on the pavement when she fell.

to affect something in a bad way

afetar, atingir
The city has been hit hard by the budget cuts.
hit it off informal

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

dar-se bem

Phrasal verb(s)

noun uk /hɪt/ us /hɪt/

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

sucesso
The movie should be a big hit.

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

batida, golpe, pancada

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

visita

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