hit verb (TOUCH)
hit verb (EFFECT)
- 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)
hit verb (REACH)
- 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 verb (ATTACK)
hitnoun [ C ]uk /hɪt/ us /hɪt/
hit noun [ C ] (SUCCESS)
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。