Word: hit

Category: hit

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Related words: hit

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Synonyms: hit

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: hit

spanish
choque, tocar, alcanzar, impacto, pegar, ...


german
treffer, erreichen, schlager, zusammenstoßen, schlagen, ...

french
coup, arriver, collision, toucher, percussion, ...

italian
raggiungere, percuotere, scontro, botta, picchiare, ...

portuguese
atingir, malhar, percutir, alcançar, obter, ...

dutch
teisteren, inslaan, kloppen, klappen, bereiken, ...

russian
выигрыш, избивать, удар, колотить, выпад, ...

norwegian
suksess

swedish
träffa, stöt, slå

finnish
kolari, yltää, hakata, isku, ennättää, ...

danish
banke, slå

czech
bít, praštit, uhodit, trefit, udeřit, ...

polish
uderzać, uderzyć, szlagier, piosenka, trafienie, ...

hungarian
oldalvágás, találat, összecsapódás, rablótámadás

turkish
ulaşmak, çarpışma, uzanmak, darbe, vuruş, ...

greek
βαρώ, χτυπώ, σουξέ

ukrainian
удар, ударяти, бити, вдаряти, вдарити

albanian
trokas, kris, përpjek

belarusian
прыходзiць, адбыцца, прыстань

estonian
tabama, tabamus

croatian
udariti, pogodak, slučaj

icelandic
hitta, slá, hæfa

latin
offendo, ico, battuo

latvian
sasniegt, sadursme, noslepkavot

romanian
lovi, lovitură, coliziune

slovenian
uhodit, bil, bít, suniti

slovak
udrieť, bít, bil

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The meaning and "use of": hit

noun
  • an instance of striking or being struck.
  • an instance of striking the target aimed at.
  • a dose of a psychoactive drug.

verb
  • bring one's hand or a tool or weapon into contact with (someone or something) quickly and forcefully.
  • cause harm or distress to.
  • (of a missile or a person aiming one) strike (a target).
  • propel (a ball) with a bat, racket, stick, etc., to score or attempt to score runs or points in a game.

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