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Translation of "hit" - English-Turkish dictionary

hit

noun [C]     /hɪt/
SONG/FILM
B1 a very successful song, film, book, etc (şarkı, film, kitap vb.) bir numara, liste başı, çok satan/tutmuş The film 'Titanic' was a big hit.Successful (things or people)
PERSON/THING
B1 a popular person or thing popüler, meşhur The chocolate cake was a big hit with the children.Liked, or not liked, by many peopleSuccessful (things or people)
TOUCH
when you touch something or when something touches you quickly and with force çarpma, vurma, sert temas, hızlı dokunuş Hitting and beatingPunishing by causing pain
INTERNET
B2 a request to see a document on the Internet that is then counted to calculate the number of people looking at the page (bilgisayar) internette bir belgeye ulaşılma/görüntülenme talebi ve ulaşanların sayısı Internet terminology and abbreviations
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