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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “hit”

hit

verb [T] (TOUCH)
接觸
 
 
/hɪt/ (present tense hitting, past tense and past participle hit)
to swing 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。
Hitting and beatingPunishing by causing pain
to touch something with sudden force
碰撞
They were going at 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。
Hitting against objects accidentally and colliding
(Definition of hit verb (TOUCH) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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