לָהִיט, מַכָּה, פְּגִיעָה, מַהֲלוּמָהלְהַכּוֹת, לְהַרְבִּיץ, לִפְגוֹעַ בְּמַטָרָה, לִקְלוֹעַפָגוּעַ
Noun(1) (baseball, especially in baseball(2) the act of contacting one thing with another(3) a conspicuous success(4) (physics(5) a dose of a narcotic drug(6) a murder carried out by an underworld syndicate(7) a connection made via the internet to another website
Verb(1) cause to move by striking(2) hit against; come into sudden contact with(3) deal a blow to, either with the hand or with an instrument(4) reach a destination, either real or abstract(5) affect or afflict suddenly, usually adversely(6) hit with a missile from a weapon(7) encounter by chance(8) gain points in a game(9) cause to experience suddenly(10) make a strategic, offensive, assault against an enemy, opponent, or a target(11) kill intentionally and with premeditation(12) drive something violently into a location(13) reach a point in time, or a certain state or level(14) produce by manipulating keys or strings of musical instruments(15) hit the intended target or goal(16) pay unsolicited and usually unwanted sexual attention to
(1) He then hit Zoro over the head causing him serious injury, and took his wallet.(2) it hit him very hard when Rosie left(3) In the countries badly hit by this disaster, livestock and working animals can be vital to the lives of rural communities.(4) Cohen said at least one bullet hit Diallo while he was lying on the floor.(5) she hit it with her left foot(6) David ran to the computer lab and hit a few buttons until a layout of the safe house came up on the screen.(7) they were fine until the storm hit(8) Her friend's house took a direct hit , but fortunately the family were out.(9) We have got a small squad and when we have been hit with suspensions and injuries it has made it difficult.(10) Sure, he had been hit by a drunk driver, but maybe his injuries wouldn't have been so bad.(11) the woman hit the mugger with her umbrella(12) He quickly hit the trigger over and over again sending beams dead on at the suit.(13) So after a late lunch at Belgo's, with Ken coming along for a drink, we finally hit Borders.(14) But Ms Cannings hit back, claiming the Yorkshire Post story had been misleading.(15) it hit against the cliff(16) Tesco have hit back with Royal Bank of Scotland research that shows they pay within 33 days on average.
(1) to hit :: להכות
(2) hit it off :: לִמצוֹא לָשׁוֹן מְשׁוּתֶפֶת
(3) hit on :: פגע ב
(4) hit and run :: פגע וברח
(5) hit man :: רוצח שכיר
(6) hit the road :: לדרך
(7) hit back :: לִנְקוֹם
(8) hit off :: הכה את
(9) hit up :: הכה את
(10) hit the sack :: להכות את השק
1. blow ::
2. success ::
4. smash ::
5. collision ::
6. strike ::
7. crash into ::
8. reach ::
9. occur to ::
10. collide with ::
11. bump off ::
12. score ::
13. pip ::
14. arrive at ::
15. come to ::
16. stumble ::
Word Example from TV Shows
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Hide near Castle Black. When I give
the signal, HIT them in the night.
Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 3
You can HIT him with the bat,
but it's fine.
The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 18
Hit that thing.
The Big Bang Theory Season 1, Episode 13
Was I HIT on the head
by a coconut?
The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 20
Lesson number one,
assume everyone wants to HIT you.
Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 8
English to Hebrew Dictionary: hit
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