English → English - hit

n. stroke, blow; collision; success, popular event or production; blockbuster, movie which is a gigantic financial success; premeditated killing, murder (Slang)
v. strike, beat; collide; come in contact with; reach, arrive at; find; affect strongly
n. hit, popular event or production; hit song, successful song

English → Spanish - hit

s. golpe, palo, pegada; acierto, éxito; tiro, disparo
v. golpear, asestar un golpe a, pegar; chocar, pegar un golpe; acertar, atinar a, percutir

Spanish → English - hit

n. hit, popular event or production

English → French - hit

n. coup, tir au but, impact; touche, coup réussi; succès, tube (hit-parade)
v. frapper, cogner; atteindre; toucher, heurter, trouver

English → German - hit

n. Schlag; Treffer; Erfolg; Knüller; Schlager, Hit
v. schlagen; treffen; erreichen

English → Indonesian - hit

n. pukulan, ketulan, sukses, hasil baik, tindakan yg mengenai sasaran
v. memukul, memukulkan, memukul-mukul, memperpukul, memperpukulkan, menggocoh, gasak, memberi, mengirap, membentur, terbentur, menabrak, kena, kesomplok, mengadu, sasaran: mengenai sasaran, mengenai, makan, catuk, masuk, menemukan, mendapat akal, mendapatkan, mendapat, mendapati

English → Italian - hit

s. colpo, botta, urto; collisione, scontro; (fam) successo; (fig) stoccata, frecciata, allusione pungente; (Sport) centro, colpo andato a segno
v. colpire, battere, picchiare; raggiungere, cogliere; urtare contro, scontrarsi con; tirare; danneggiare; prendere di mira; (fig) ferire; (fam) trovare, scoprire; (fam) toccare; (fam) arrivare in

English → Polish - hit

n. uderzenie, ugodzenie, trafienie, przytyk, sukces, przebój, szlagier, tusz
v. uderzać, trzepać, trzaskać, stuknąć, ugodzić, bachnąć, zdzielić, kuksać, obłożyć, zaatakować, palnąć, dotrzeć, dosięgać, dolatywać, uderzyć, trzasnąć, dosięgnąć

English → Portuguese - hit

s. golpe, pancada; colisão; bom êxito
v. bater, golpear; atingir, alcançar, chegar a; encontrar; acionar; pressionar

English → Romanian - hit

n. lovitură, izbitură, ciocnire, coliziune, şoc, pocnitură, atingere, succes, triumf, noroc mare, cântec la modă, şlagăr, remarcă, observaţie cu apropo, tuşă
v. lovi, izbi, bate, pocni cu ceva, lovi: se lovi, izbi: se izbi, brodi, atinge, ajunge, găsi, descoperi, nimeri, jigni, trăsni, da peste, potrivi o vorbă {fig.}, trânti, pocni {fig.}, prinde, plesni, repezi, funcţiona, mişca, merge, atinge: se atinge, mulţumi pe deplin, sesiza ce este caracteristic la, reproduce aidoma, ataca, ciocni: se ciocni
v. reuşi, întâmpla: se întâmpla, petrece: se petrece, chiti

English → Russian - hit

с. толчок, выпад, удар; удачная попытка, удача, успех; роман, спектакль, фильм; модный шлягер, гвоздь сезона, бестселлер, хит; саркастическое замечание
г. ударить, бить, биться, удариться; попадать в цель, поражать; больно задевать, задеть за живое; напасть; добираться, достигать; ограбить; убить

English → Turkish - hit

f. vurmak, çarpmak, isabet ettirmek, rastgelmek, sarsmak, üzmek, yaralamak, bulmak, ulaşmak, varmak, olmak, isabet etmek, yumruk atmak
i. vuruş, vurma, darbe, isabet, şans, başarı, çıkış, taş, laf çaktırma, kiralık katilin hedefi

English → Ukrainian - hit

n. удар, поштовх, влучання, успіх
v. бити, ударяти, ціль: влучити в ціль, зачепити, забитися, вдарити, вдаряти, наїзджати, наїхати

French → English - hit

(m) n. hit, success, popular event or production

German → English - hit

v. strike, beat; collide; come in contact with; reach, arrive at; find; affect strongly

Indonesian → English - hit

a. extremely popular

Turkish → English - hit

n. stroke, blow; collision; success, popular event or production; blockbuster, movie which is a gigantic financial success; premeditated killing, murder (Slang)
v. strike, beat; collide; come in contact with; reach, arrive at; find; affect strongly
n. hit, popular event or production; hit song, successful song

Dutch → English - hit

n. pony, nag, hit

English → Dutch - hit

zn. slag, klap; treffer; succes
ww. slaan; raken, treffen

English → Greek - hit

ουσ. επιτυχία, κτύπημα, σουξέ
ρήμ. χτυπώ, κτυπώ, επιτυγχάνω

German → Spanish - hit

n. éxito (m), hit (m)

Spanish → German - hit

n. hit

German → French - hit

n. tube (m), must (m)

German → Russian - hit

n. хит (m), шлягер (m)

Italian → French - hit

(musica) chanson à succès; tube informal

Turkish → Russian - hit

n. хит (M)

Dutch → French - hit

(muziek) chanson à succès; tube informal

English → Arabic - hit

‏إصابة، إرتطام، صدمة، غارة خاطفة، ضربة في كرة التنس، نجاح‏
‏أصاب، صد، إرتطم، سدد، صدم، أصاب الهدف، ضرب، إكتشف، توافق مع، لاقى نجاحا، هاجم، وفق إلى، وجد‏

English → Chinese - hit

(名) 打击; 碰撞; 击中; 成功而风行的事物
(动) 打; 碰撞; 打击; 打; 打击; 打中

English → Chinese - hit

(名) 打擊; 碰撞; 擊中; 成功而風行的事物
(動) 打; 碰撞; 打擊; 打; 打擊; 打中

English → Hindi - hit

n. पहार, चोट, आघात, ताना, व्यंग्य, सफलता
v. मारना, प्रहार करना, टकराना, चोट पहुंचना, पहुंचना, निशाना लगाना

English → Japanese - hit

(動) 打つ; ぶつける; ぶつかる; 命中させる; 当てる; 当たる
(名) ヒット, 打撃; 命中; 衝突; 当たり; 当たった作品; 殺害(俗語)

English → Korean - hit

명. 치기; 충돌; 성공, 적중; 살인 (속어)
동. 치다, 때리다; 충돌하다; 문뜩 떠로르다; 도착하다, 다다르다; 발견하다; 강한 영향을 끼치다

English → Vietnamese - hit

n. cú đánh, liệng, sự đâm trúng địch thủ, sự ném trúng, sự thành công, kết qủa tốt, vở kịch thành công
v. đánh, đập, đấm, đến một nơi nào, khám phá

German → Chinese - hit

[der] pl.Hits 感情强烈。热门事件或热门产品。成功的歌曲。热门歌曲。

Definition of hit

1. To strike.
1. Transitive To administer a blow to, directly or with a weapon or missile.
One boy hit the other.
2. Transitive To come into contact with forcefully and suddenly.
The ball hit the fence.
3. Slang To kill a person, usually on the instructions of a third party.
Hit him tonight and throw the body in the river.
4. Military To attack, especially amphibiously.
If intelligence had been what it should have been, I don't think we'd ever have hit that island.
2. To briefly visit.
We hit the grocery store on the way to the park.
3. To encounter.
You'll hit some nasty thunderstorms if you descend too late.
We hit a lot of traffic coming back from the movies.
4. To attain, to achieve.
5. Informal To reach or achieve.
I hit the jackpot.
The movie hits theaters in December.
The temperature could hit 110°F tomorrow.
We hit Detroit at one in the morning but kept driving through the night.
6. Intransitive To meet or reach what was aimed at or desired; to succeed, often by luck.
7. To guess; to light upon or discover.
5. To affect negatively.
The economy was hit by a recession.
The hurricane hit his fishing business hard.
6. To make a play.
8. Cards In blackjack, to deal a card to.
Hit me.
9. Baseball To come up to bat.
Jones hit for the pitcher.
10. Backgammon To take up, or replace by a piece belonging to the opposing player; said of a single unprotected piece on a point.
7. To use; to connect to.
The external web servers hit DBSRV7, but the internal web server hits DBSRV3.
8. To have sex with.
I'd hit that.
9. To inhale an amount of smoke from a narcotic substance, particularly marijuana
I hit that bong every night after work
10. A blow; a punch; a striking against; the collision of one body against another; the stroke that touches anything.
The hit was very slight.
11. A success, especially in the entertainment industry.
The band played their hit song to the delight of the fans.
12. An attack on a location, person or people.
11. In the game of Battleship, a correct guess at where one's opponent ship is.
13. The result of a search of a computer system or of a search engine
14. A measured visit to a web site, a request for a single file from a web server.
My site received twice as many hits after being listed in a search engine.
15. An approximately correct answer in a test set.
16. The complete play, when the batter reaches base without the benefit of a walk, error, or fielder’s choice.
The catcher got a hit to lead off the fifth.
17. A dose of an illegal or addictive drug.
Where am I going to get my next hit?
18. A premeditated murder done for criminal or political purposes.
19. A peculiarly apt expression or turn of thought; a phrase which hits the mark.
A happy hit
20. A game won at backgammon after the adversary has removed some of his men. It counts for less than a gammon.
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Verb Forms

Present participle: hitting
Present: hit (3.person: hits)
Past: hit
Future: will hit
Present conditional: would hit
Present Perfect: have hit (3.person: has hit)
Past Perfect: had hit
Future Perfect: will have hit
Past conditional: would have hit
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