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hit /hɪt/ verb (past tense and past participle hit, present participle hitting)
hit noun [countable]


ضربه به توپ یا حریف ، ضربه شمشیرباز به بدن حریف ، اصابت گلوله ، اصابت تیر تصادف ، ضربه زدن به دشمن ، خوردن گلوله به هدف ، ضربت ، تصادف ، موفقیت ، نمایش یافیلم پرمشتری ، خوردن به ، اصابت کردن به هدف زدن ، کامپیوتر: موفقیت ، ورزش: ضربه بدنی به حریف برای خروج او از بازی ضربه ، طعمه دزدی ماهی ، علوم نظامی: برخورد کردن با دشمن اثر تیر
الکترونیک: زدن ، خوردن ، اصابت ، موفقیت ، کامپیوتر: ضربه به توپ یا حریف ، ضربه بدنی به حریف برای خروج او از بازی ضربه ، بوکس : ، به هدف زدن ، ضربه شمشیرباز به بدن حریف ، طعمه دزدی ماهی ، ورزشی: اصابت گلوله ، ضربه زدن ، زدن ، اصابت تیر تصادف ، ضربه زدن به دشمن ، خوردن گلوله به هدف ، برخورد کردن با دشمن اثر تیر ، علوم نظامی: اصابت ، خوردن ، ضربت ، تصادف ، موفقیت ، نمایش یافیلم پرمشتری ، زدن ، خوردن به ، اصابت کردن به هدف زدن کامپیوتر: موفقیت ، ضربه

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

hit
[verb]
Synonyms:
- strike, bang, beat, clout (informal), knock, slap, smack, thump, wallop (informal), whack
- collide with, bang into, bump, clash with, crash against, run into, smash into
- reach, accomplish, achieve, arrive at, attain, gain
- affect, damage, devastate, impact on, influence, leave a mark on, overwhelm, touch
- hit it off: get on (well) with, be on good terms, click (slang), get on like a house on fire (informal)
[noun]
Synonyms:
- stroke, belt (informal), blow, clout (informal), knock, rap, slap, smack, wallop (informal)
- success, sensation, smash (informal), triumph, winner
Related Idioms: give one a clip
Related Words: buffet, pound, stroke
English Thesaurus: crash, hit, collide, run into something, smash into something, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. hit1 S1 W2 /hɪt/ verb (past tense and past participle hit, present participle hitting)
[Date: 1000-1100; Language: Old Norse; Origin: hitta 'to find, hit']

1. TOUCH SOMEBODY/SOMETHING HARD [transitive] to touch someone or something quickly and hard with your hand, a stick etc:
He raised the hammer and hit the bell.
hit somebody/something with something
The robbers hit him over the head with a baseball bat.

2. CRASH INTO SOMETHING [transitive] to move into something or someone quickly and with force:
The tanks exploded as the plane hit the ground.
He was hit by a car.

3. HURT YOURSELF [transitive] to move a part of your body quickly against something accidentally, causing pain Synonym : bang:
The ceiling’s low, so be careful you don’t hit your head.
hit something on/against something
She slipped and hit her head on the sidewalk.

4. SPORT [transitive]
a) if you hit a ball or other object, you make it move forward quickly by hitting it with a bat, stick etc Synonym : strike:
Hit the ball as hard as you can.
b) to get points by hitting a ball in a game such as baseball or cricket:
Last year, Griffey hit 49 home runs.

5. PRESS [transitive] informal to press a part in a machine, car, etc to make it work:
Maria hit the brakes just in time.

6. ATTACK [transitive] to attack something or wound someone with a bomb, bullet etc:
Our ship was badly hit and sank within minutes.
A second shot hit her in the back.
The bomb failed to hit its target.

7. AFFECT BADLY [intransitive and transitive] if something bad hits a place or a person, it suddenly happens and affects people badly:
The village has been hit by a devastating drought.
Hurricane Louis is expected to hit at the weekend.
be badly/severely/hard hit
The company has been hard hit by the drop in consumer confidence.
The south of the country is the worst hit by the recession.

8. HAVE PROBLEMS [transitive] to experience trouble, problems etc
hit a snag/problems/a bad patch etc
My father hit a bad patch, he had to sell the house.

9. REACH A LEVEL/NUMBER [transitive] to reach a particular level or number:
Sales have hit the 1 million mark.
hit a peak/an all-time high etc
Earnings hit a peak in the early 1980s.
hit rock-bottom/an all-time low etc
Oil prices have hit rock-bottom.

10. REALIZE [transitive] if a fact hits you, you suddenly realize its importance and feel surprised or shocked:
It’s impossible to pinpoint a moment when it hit me that I was ‘a success’.
He was gone before they knew what had hit them (=realized what had happened).

11. SMELL/SIGHT ETC [transitive] if a smell or sight hits you, you suddenly smell or see it:
The smell of stale smoke hit him as he entered.

12. ARRIVE [transitive] informal to arrive at a place:
They hit the main road two kilometres further on.
hit town American English:
I’ll look for work as soon as I hit town.

13. hit the road/trail informal to begin a journey

14. hit the shops/streets if a product hits the shops, it becomes available to buy:
I managed to get a copy of the book before it hit the shops.

15. hit the headlines to be reported widely on television, in newspapers etc:
The couple hit the headlines last year when their relationship broke down.

16. hit the bottle informal to start drinking too much alcohol regularly:
After his marriage failed, he hit the bottle big time.

17. hit the dirt/the deck informal to fall to the ground in order to avoid something dangerous:
My first instinct was to hit the dirt.

18. hit a (brick) wall informal to suddenly not be able to make any progress:
I felt I’d hit a wall with my playing.

19. hit the buffers/skids informal if a plan, project etc hits the buffers, it fails:
Croft’s comeback hit the skids yesterday when she lost in the quarter-finals.

20. hit somebody when they are down informal to upset or harm someone when they are already defeated

21. hit somebody where it hurts informal to do something that you know will upset someone in the most damaging way:
Hit your husband where it hurts – in his wallet!

22. hit it off (with somebody) informal if two people hit it off, they like each other as soon as they meet:
I knew you’d hit it off with Mike.

23. hit the big time (also hit it big American English) informal to suddenly become very famous, successful, and rich:
The 25-year-old painter hopes to hit it big in New York.

24. hit the ground running to start doing something successfully without any delay:
Law graduates are expected to hit the ground running.

25. hit the jackpot
a) to win a lot of money
b) to have a big success:
Owens hit the jackpot in his first professional game with the Cowboys.

26. hit the nail on the head informal used to say that what someone has said is exactly right:
You’ve hit the nail on the head there, David.

27. hit home
a) if a remark, criticism etc about you hits home, you realize that it is true:
Graham didn’t reply, but she could see her words had hit home.
b) if a blow or kick hits home, it hits the thing it is aimed at

28. hit the spot informal to have exactly the good effect that you wanted, especially when you are hungry or thirsty

29. hit the roof/ceiling informal to be very angry:
Ranieri returned, saw the mess, and hit the roof.

30. hit the sack (also hit the hay American English) informal to go to bed
the shit hits the fan at shit2(17), ⇒ hit/strike paydirt at paydirt

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. hit2 S3 W3 noun [countable]

1. SUCCESSFUL something such as a film, play, song etc that is very popular and successful
a hit single/show/record etc
the hit musical ‘Phantom of the Opera’
a big/smash/number 1 etc hit
the Beatles’ greatest hits
Which band had a hit with ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’?
be a hit with somebody (=be liked by them)
It’s hoped the new museum will be a big hit with families.

2. HIT SOMETHING an occasion when something that is aimed at something else touches it, reaches it, or damages it:
Our ship took a direct hit and sank.

3. COMPUTER
a) an occasion when someone visits a website:
The site had 2,000 hits in the first week.
b) a result of a computer search, especially on the Internet:
thousands of irrelevant hits

4. take a hit to be badly affected in some way:
The region's economy will take a hit if the airbase is closed.

5. informal a feeling of pleasure obtained from taking an illegal drug

6. informal a murder that has been arranged to happen
hit man

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

hit
noun
I. act of hitting sth/sb
ADJ. direct
VERB + HIT give sth, make, score Give it a good hit At last he managed to score a hit.
receive, suffer, take One of the tanks took a direct hit.
HIT + NOUN list She was at the top of the terrorists' hit list (= the list of people they intended to kill) for over two years. Which services are on the government's hit list?
man, squad He claimed that a hit man had been paid £20,000 to kill him.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

hit
II. sb/sth that is very popular
ADJ. big, greatest, huge, massive, real, smash The show has been a smash hit.
immediate, instant | box-office, chart The band are here to promote their latest chart hit.
HIT + NOUN album, film, movie, record, show, single, song | parade (old-fashioned) The single was number one in the British hit parade
PREP. ~ with The series has been a big hit with children.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

hit
verb
I. touch sb/sth with a lot of force
ADV. hard She didn't hit me very hard.
almost, nearly A taxi almost hit him as he was crossing the street.
accidentally I accidentally hit my knee on the desk.
VERB + HIT want to I was so angry, I wanted to hit him.
be going to I was afraid he was going to hit me.
PREP. in She hit him in the face.
on I hit my head on the low doorway.
with He hit her with a stick.
PHRASES hit sb over the head He was hit over the head with a broken bottle.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

hit
II. have a bad effect on sb/sth
ADV. badly, hard, heavily, severely Our department has been badly hit by the cutbacks. Some businesses have been hit very hard by the rise in interest rates.
PHRASAL VERBS hit out
ADV. hard | wildly I just hit out wildly in all directions.
PREP. at In a rousing speech the minister hit out at racism in the armed forces.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

hit
verb
1.
BAD: Turning round, I hit a vase which broke into several pieces.
GOOD: Turning round, I knocked over a vase which broke into several pieces.

Usage Note:
knock over = hit something by accident so that it falls from a standing position: 'The cat jumped up onto the table and knocked over a full glass of red wine.'

2.
BAD: I was so terrified that I hit and kicked them with all my might.
GOOD: I was so terrified that I punched and kicked them with all my might.

Usage Note:
punch and kick (NOT hit and kick ): 'The boy on the ground was punching and kicking to defend himself.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

hit
hɪt
See: hard-hitting , make a hit , smash hit

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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