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Noun
An instance of striking or being struck
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“Ector slashed his sword in a wide arc from on high and scored a powerful hit to the troll's shoulder.”
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A successful venture, especially in the field of entertainment
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“The film was an instant box-office hit, racking up millions in its first week of release.”
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A verbal attack
“Many pundits would take a hit at her credibility, claiming she was fake and insincere.”
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A noteworthy accomplishment or achievement
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The killing of one person by another
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The state of being illegal or against the law
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An attack on the reputation or integrity of someone or something
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A military strike or incursion
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A scornful or hurtful expression (or act)
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A (quantity of) drug or medicine administered or ingested, or the act of doing so
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Harm to one's good name or reputation
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A phenomenon that is popular for a short period of time
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(sport) A pass from a teammate that results directly in a score
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A chance or random event or circumstance
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A stroke in the game of croquet in which a player's ball strikes another player's ball
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The action of taking property unlawfully from a person or place by force or threat of force
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A censure of someone or something on the basis of perceived faults or mistakes
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The carrying out or undergoing of a sentence of death
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Response or acknowledgment in the form of an antiphon or comeback
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Hit allowing baseball player to advance
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A dramatic work for the stage or to be broadcast
Verb
To strike, especially with force
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“With his back up against the ropes, the boxer used his right fist to hit his opponent in the face.”
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To come into forceful contact with something
“He failed to look where he was going and would hit his head on a plank overhead.”
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To reach or achieve a desired goal, usually in numeric terms
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“I was confident that I would eventually hit my goal of being able to run 50 miles.”
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To fall to an undesired position, usually in numeric terms
“I would hit rock bottom, and the only way was up.”
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To cause physical damage to
“A storm would hit the small coastal town last year but restorations are now well underway.”
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To cause mental or emotional harm to
“He was hit hard by the news of his mother's illness.”
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(of a realization) To suddenly come to one's mind
“It would suddenly hit me during my speech that I had left the refrigerator door open at home.”
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(of a button on a device or machine) To press down on
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(of a feeling) To affect (someone) suddenly and powerfully
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To kill or cause the death of
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To have attained or achieved
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To use a narcotic in order to make (someone) drowsy or insensible
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To knowingly say that something is smaller or less important than it actually is
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To pass the age or time of
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To drink, especially alcohol
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To blast, hit, or shoot at a target from a hidden or long-range position
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To rob, especially with a weapon or firearm
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To affect or come upon
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(rare) To injure or bruise
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(sport) To kick, hit, or throw (the ball) to another player
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To criticize (someone or something) harshly
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To happen, transpire, or take place
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To astonish or shock (someone) so that they are temporarily unable to react
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To meet by chance
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To move (a switch or lever) so as to operate a device
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To make hurtful and untrue comments about
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To be a regular patron or visitor of
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To administer drugs or medication to
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To be connected with
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To inflict a physical blow on someone
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To make something, typically meat, more tender
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To have made an inquiry
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To make an inquiry
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To fail to function or succeed
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To impose and collect a tax or levy from (a person or company)
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To have managed to arrive at a specified time
Adjective
Having been physically hit or beaten
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Highly popular with consumers purchasing goods within a specific class
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Having been (physically) hit
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Affected or afflicted by a condition or emotion
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Affected with, or causing, physical discomfort or pain
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