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hit

verb
 
 
/hɪt/ ( present participle hitting, past tense and past participle hit)
HAND [T] A2 to touch something quickly and with force using your hand or an object in your hand
vurmak, dürtmek
She hit him on the head with her tennis racket.Hitting and beatingPunishing by causing painHitting against objects accidentally and colliding
TOUCH [T] B1 to touch someone or something quickly and with force, usually causing injury or damage
çarpmak, vurmak, yaralamak
The car skidded and hit a wall. As she fell, she hit her head on the pavement.Hitting and beatingPunishing by causing painPhysical and sexual assault and abductionSexual activity in generalHitting against objects accidentally and colliding
AFFECT [I, T] B2 to affect something badly
kötü etkilemek, berbat bir şekilde etkisi altına almak
[often passive] The economy has been hit by high unemployment.Damaging and spoilingDestroying and demolishing
REACH [T] to reach a place, position, or state
bir yere/konuma/duruma ulaşmak/erişmek
Our profits have already hit $1 million.Arriving, entering and invading
THINK [T] informal If an idea or thought hits you, you suddenly think of it.
(düşence, fikir) ani acı vermek, sarsmak, üzmek, aklına gelmek/düşmek
The idea for the book hit me in the middle of the night.Inspiration and inspiring
→  See also hit sb hard , hit the jackpot , hit the nail on the head , hit the roof , hit it off , hit back , hit on/upon sth
(Definition of hit verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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