Translation of "hit" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

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hitverb

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

hit verb (TOUCH)

A2 [ T ] to move your hand or an object onto the surface of something so that it touches it, usually with force

擊;打;撞
Teachers are not allowed to hit their pupils. 教師不許打學生。
This type of glass won't shatter no matter how hard you hit it. 無論你怎麼敲,這種玻璃都不會碎。
She hit her thumb with the hammer. 她用鎚子砸到了自己的拇指。

B1 [ T ] to touch something with sudden force

碰撞
They were going about 60 kilometres an hour when their car hit the tree. 他們的車撞到樹上時,正以每小時約60公里的車速行駛。
One journalist was hit in the leg by a stray bullet. 一名記者被流彈擊中了腿部。
That new shelf in the bathroom is too low - I just hit my head on it. 浴室裡的那個新架子太低——我的頭剛剛撞到了。

More examples

  • I've got a bruise where I hit my leg against the corner of the table.
  • A stone hit the window and cracked the glass.
  • I was only teasing him and suddenly he lashed out at me and hit me in the face.
  • The car skidded off the road, hit a tree and overturned.
  • Just try to concentrate on hitting the ball.

hit verb (EFFECT)

B2 [ T ] to have an unpleasant or negative effect on a person or thing

產生不良影響;打擊
Production has been badly hit by the strike. 罷工嚴重影響生產。
Demand for transatlantic flights has been hit by fears of terrorist attacks. 由於人們害怕遭遇恐怖襲擊,飛越大西洋航班的需求受到影響。

More examples

  • She opened the window and I was hit by an icy blast of air.
  • Small businesses have been worst hit by the recession.
  • These new tax arrangements will hit everyone, but especially middle-income families.
  • I've been having lots of short nights lately and today the lack of sleep has suddenly hit me.
  • He tries to pretend nothing has happened, but then reality hits him and it's very hard.

hit verb (SHOOT)

[ T often passive ] to shoot at or bomb a place or person, causing damage or injury

射擊;轟炸
Two schools were hit during the air raid. 空襲中有兩所學校遭到轟炸。
He was hit in the neck by a bullet from a sniper. 他被一名狙擊手射出的子彈擊中了頸部。
Try to hit the middle of the target. 要盡量打中靶心。

More examples

  • The bullet hit him and he crumpled into a heap on the floor.
  • Three soldiers were killed by friendly fire when a mortar bomb hit their truck.
  • 90 percent of the projected missiles will hit their target.
  • He was hit by a ricochet from a stray bullet.
  • I had four shots but I didn't even hit the target.

hit verb (REACH)

C1 [ T ] to arrive at a place or position

到達
If we turn left at the next junction, we should hit the main road after five miles or so. 在下一個路口左轉,再走五英里左右,我們就會抵達大馬路。

C1 [ T ] to succeed in reaching or achieving something

達到;實現
Our profits hit an all-time high of $20 million last year. 去年我們的盈餘達到了2000萬英鎊的最高紀錄。
I just can't hit (= sing) those high notes like I used to. 我就是不能像過去一樣把那些高音唱上去。

More examples

  • The dollar has hit an all-time low against the Japanese yen.
  • It should be about six o'clock when we hit Birmingham.
  • The prime minister's opinion poll ratings have hit rock bottom.
  • Madonna's new single hit the charts today at number 3.
  • If you keep going in this direction, you will hit the coast eventually.

hit verb (SUCCESS)

hit it off informal

B2 to like someone and become friendly immediately

(與某人)相處得好,合得來
I didn't really hit it off with his friends. 我和他的朋友們並不怎麼合得來。
Jake and Sue hit it off immediately. 傑克和蘇一見如故。

hit verb (ATTACK)

[ T ] mainly US slang to kill someone

殺死
Three drug dealers were hit in the city over the weekend. 週末有三名毒販在該市被擊斃。

hitnoun [ C ]

uk /hɪt/ us /hɪt/

hit noun [ C ] (SUCCESS)

B1 a thing or person that is very popular or successful

非常受歡迎(或成功)的事物(或人)
The Beatles had a string of number-one hits in the 1960s. 20世紀60年代披頭四樂隊推出了一系列排行榜冠軍曲目。
Your cake was a real hit at the party - everyone commented. 聚會上你的蛋糕真是棒極了——每個人都在談論。
They've just released an album of their greatest hits (= their most successful songs). 他們剛剛發行了一張他們的上榜歌曲精選CD。

More examples

  • The Beatles' first hit was 'Love Me Do'.
  • Her last film was a surprise box-office hit.
  • The new album contains some carefully-wrought new songs and a number of familiar hits.
  • He had a string of top-20 hits during the 80s.
  • We'll take a nostalgic look at the musical hits of the 60s.

hit noun [ C ] (INTERNET)

B2 a request to use a web page on the internet that is then counted to calculate the number of people looking at the page

(對網際網路網頁的)點擊
Our page had 243 hits this week. 我們的網頁本周的點擊數為243次。

hit noun [ C ] (TOUCH)

the act of hitting something or someone, or an occasion when something or someone hits you

擊,打
She gave him a hit on the head which knocked him flying. 她擊中了他的頭部,打得他眼冒金星。

in baseball, when the batter (= person trying to hit the ball) safely reaches first base after hitting the ball

(棒球運動中的)安打

hit noun [ C ] (SHOOT)

an occasion when something that has been thrown, dropped, shot, etc. at a place or object reaches that place or object

擊中,打中
The rebel headquarters took a direct hit from a bomb during the attack. 在這波攻勢中,一顆炸彈直接擊中了叛軍的總部。
I scored a hit on my second shot. 我的第二槍擊中了靶心。

hit noun [ C ] (ATTACK)

mainly US slang an act of murder

殺人,謀殺
He was the victim of a mafia hit. 他是被黑手黨謀殺的。

(Translation of “hit” from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)