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Hit appears in the following tongue twister:

  • Hercules, a hardy hunter, hunted a hare in the Hampshire Hills. Hit him on the head with a hard, hard hammer and he howled horribly!

Hit appears in the following pangram (a sentence using every letter of the alphabet at least once):

  • Travelling beneath the azure sky in our jolly ox-cart, we often hit bumps quite hard. (68 letters)
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Hit appears in the following palindromes (phrases that read the same backward as forward):

  • Splat! – I hit Alps.
  • Won’t I have Eva hit now?
  • Pull a bat, I hit a ball up.
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HIT is a word made from vertically symmetrical letters.

Usage statistics for the verb hit:

conversational speech66.67%task-oriented speech33.33%

Distribution of usage frequency for the most common synonyms of the noun hit:

smashcollisionbanghitstrike

Distribution of usage frequency for the most common synonyms of the verb hit:

piptallyslaydispatchstumbleattainmurderscorestrikeshootgainhitremovereachmake
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Hit is sometimes a misspelling of height or it.

The word hit is considered to be an easy one, according to the Dale-Chall word list, which includes 3000 words that all fourth-grade American students should know and understand.

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Definition of the noun hit

What does hit mean as a name of something?

noun - plural: hits

  1. (baseball) a successful stroke in an athletic contest (especially in baseball)
    • example: he came all the way around on Williams' hit
    • domain: ball / baseball / baseball game
    • lexical domain: Acts - nouns denoting acts or actions
    • more generic words: effort / exploit / feat = a notable achievement
    • more specific terms: base hit / safety = the successful act of striking a baseball in such a way that the batter reaches base safely
  2. the act of contacting one thing with another
    • example: after three misses she finally got a hit
    • lexical domain: Acts - nouns denoting acts or actions
    • synonyms of hit: hitting / striking
    • more generic words: touch / touching = the act of putting two things together with no space between them
    • more specific terms:
  3. a conspicuous success
    • example: that song was his first hit and marked the beginning of his career
    • lexical domain: Acts - nouns denoting acts or actions
    • synonyms of hit: bang / smash / smasher / strike
    • more generic word: success = an attainment that is successful
    • more specific terms:
  4. (physics) a brief event in which two or more bodies come together
  5. a dose of a narcotic drug
    • lexical domain: Artifacts - nouns denoting man-made objects
    • more generic words: dosage / dose = a measured portion of medicine taken at any one time
  6. a murder carried out by an underworld syndicate
    • example: it has all the earmarks of a Mafia hit
    • lexical domain: Acts - nouns denoting acts or actions
    • more generic words: execution / murder / slaying = unlawful premeditated killing of a human being by a human being
  7. a connection made via the internet to another website
    • example: WordNet gets many hits from users worldwide
    • lexical domain: Acts - nouns denoting acts or actions
    • more generic words: connection / connexion / joining = the act of bringing two things into contact

Alternative definition of the noun hit

noun

  1. A blow; a punch.
  2. A success, especially in the entertainment industry.
  3. An attack on a location, person or people.
  4. [computing] [Internet] The result(s) of a search of a computer system or, for example, the entire Internet using a search engine
  5. [Internet] A measured visit to a web site, a request for a single file from a web server.
  6. An approximately correct answer in a test set.
  7. [baseball] The complete play, when the batter reaches base without the benefit of a walk, error, or fielder’s choice.
  8. [colloquial] A dose of an illegal or addictive drug.
  9. A premeditated murder done for criminal or political purposes.

Specialised definition of the noun hit

Glossary of sports

in many sport disciplines, necessary sport motor skill which predominantly requires good hand-eye coordination: in some ball games moving a ball by hand, arm (e.g. in volleyball), fist (e.g. in fistball), or a racquet or bat (e.g. in baseball, golf, cricket, rounders, badminton, tennis, ping pong, squash), which is possible in a variety of technical variants; in combat sports (e.g. boxing, karate) punching the opponent with hand or fist. (Herbert Haag & Gerald Haag. 2003. Dictionary. Sport, Physical Education, Sport Science. Kiel, Institut für Sport und Sportwissenschaften)

a swinging movement of the stick toward the ball

Glossary of sports / baseball

a stroke that sends the ball into the field of play and allows the batter to reach at least first base safely (2005. Chambers Sports Factfinder. Chambers Harrap Publishers Ltd)

Glossary of sports / curling

a shot which strikes an opponent's stone

Glossary of sports / fencing

the action of striking the opponent with the point of the sword, in epee or foil; a cut, in sabre

Definition of the verb hit

What does hit mean as a doing word?

Hit is one of the top 1000 most common verbs in the English language.View more statistics!

verb - inflections:

simple pastpast participlepresent participlethird-person singular
hithithittinghits

  1. cause to move by striking
    • examples: hit a ball | The children hit the ball
    • syntax:
      Syntactic formulaExample for the syntactic formulaVerbs with the same syntax
      [Agent - intentional control] [Verb] at [Patient]Paul hit at the windowVerbs of Contact by Impact: batter, beat, bump, butt, drum, hammer, jab, kick, knock, lash, pound, rap, slap, smack, smash, strike, tap
      [Agent - intentional control] [Verb] at [Patient] with [Instrument]Paul hit at the window with an open hand
      [Agent - intentional control] [Verb] [Instrument]Paul hit her elbow
      [Agent - intentional control] [Verb] [Instrument] against / on [Patient]Paul hit her elbow on the doorknob
      [Agent - intentional control] [Verb] [Patient]Paula hit the ball
      [Agent - intentional control] [Verb] [Patient] [Adjective]Paul kicked the door open | Paula bit the bag open | They spanked him dead
      [Agent - intentional control] [Verb] [Patient] [Adjective] with [Instrument]Paul hit the door open with his foot
      [Agent - intentional control] [Verb] [Patient] to / into [Oblique, state]Paul hit the window to pieces
      [Agent - intentional control] [Verb] [Patient] to / into [Oblique, state] with [Instrument]Paul hit the window to pieces with a hammer
      [Agent - intentional control] [Verb] [Patient] with [Instrument]Paula hit the ball with a stick
      [Agent - intentional control] [Verb] [Patient, plural] togetherPaula hit the sticks together
      [Instrument - body part or reflexive] [Verb] [Patient]The stick hit the fence
      [Instrument - body part or reflexive] [Verb] [Patient] [Adjective]The stick hit the door open
      [Instrument - body part or reflexive] [Verb] [Patient] to / into [Oblique, state]The hammer hit the window to pieces
      [Agent - intentional control] [Verb] [Destination] [Theme]Steve tossed John the ballVerbs of Throwing: bash, bat, bunt, chuck, fire, flick, fling, flip, hurl, knock, lob, loft, nudge, pass, pitch, punt, shoot, shove, slam, slap, sling, smash, tap
      [Agent - intentional control] [Verb] [Theme]Steve tossed the ball
      [Agent - intentional control] [Verb] [Theme] [Destination, locative adverb]I threw the package away
      [Agent - intentional control] [Verb] [Theme] [Destination or Locative Preposition] [Destination]Steve tossed the ball to the garden
      [Agent - intentional control] [Verb] [Theme] from / out / out of / off / off of [Source]Steve tossed the ball from the corner
      [Agent - intentional control] [Verb] [Theme] from / out / out of / off / off of [Source] at / to / towards / for [Destination]Steve tossed the ball from the corner to the garden
    • lexical domain: Contact - verbs of touching, hitting, tying, digging
    • more generic words: impel / propel = cause to move forward with force
    • more specific terms:
      • play = shoot or hit in a particular manner
      • foul = hit a foul ball
      • cannon = make a cannon
      • clap = strike together so as to produce a sharp percussive noise
      • ground out = make an out by hitting the ball on the ground
      • toe = drive (a golf ball) with the toe of the club
      • shank = hit (a golf ball) with the heel of a club, causing the ball to veer in the wrong direction
      • pitch = hit (a golf ball) in a high arc with a backspin
      • fly = hit a fly
      • snap = put in play with a snap
      • whang = propel or hit with force
      • undercut = strike (the ball) in golf, tennis, or hockey obliquely downward so as to give a backspin or elevation to the shot
      • putt = strike (a golf ball) lightly, with a putter
      • heel = strike with the heel of the club
      • toe = hit (a golf ball) with the toe of the club
      • bunker = hit a golf ball into a bunker
      • bounce = hit something so that it bounces
      • backhand = hit a tennis ball backhand
      • pop = hit a pop-fly
      • follow through = carry a stroke to natural completion after hitting or releasing a ball
      • shell = hit the pitches of hard and regularly
      • ground = hit onto the ground
      • ground = hit a groundball
      • top = strike (the top part of a ball in golf, baseball, or pool) giving it a forward spin
      • pull = hit in the direction that the player is facing when carrying through the swing
      • kill = hit with so much force as to make a return impossible, as in racket games
      • connect = hit or play a ball successfully
      • drive = hit very hard, as by swinging a bat horizontally
      • drive = strike with a driver, as in teeing off
      • hole out / hole = hit the ball into the hole
      • drag a bunt / bunt = hit a ball in such a way so as to make it go a short distance
      • snick = hit a glancing blow with the edge of the bat
      • racket = hit (a ball) with a racket
      • dribble / carry = propel
      • slice = hit a ball and put a spin on it so that it travels in a different direction
      • hook = hit a ball and put a spin on it so that it travels to the left
      • single = hit a single
      • double = hit a two-base hit
      • triple = hit a three-base hit
      • smash = hit (a tennis ball) in a powerful overhead stroke
      • shoot = throw or propel in a specific direction or towards a specific objective
      • volley = hit before it touches the ground
      • croquet = drive away by hitting with one's ball
      • loft = kick or strike high in the air
  2. hit against; come into sudden contact with
    • examples: The car hit a tree | The car hits the tree
    • syntax:
      Syntactic formulaExample for the syntactic formulaVerbs with the same syntax
      [Theme - concrete object] [Verb] against / into / onto [Location]The grocery cart hit against the wallVerbs of Contact by Impact: run
      [Agent - intentional control] [Verb] at [Patient]Paul hit at the windowVerbs of Contact by Impact: batter, beat, bump, butt, drum, hammer, jab, kick, knock, lash, pound, rap, slap, smack, smash, strike, tap
      [Agent - intentional control] [Verb] at [Patient] with [Instrument]Paul hit at the window with an open hand
      [Agent - intentional control] [Verb] [Instrument]Paul hit her elbow
      [Agent - intentional control] [Verb] [Instrument] against / on [Patient]Paul hit her elbow on the doorknob
      [Agent - intentional control] [Verb] [Patient]Paula hit the ball
      [Agent - intentional control] [Verb] [Patient] [Adjective]Paul kicked the door open | Paula bit the bag open | They spanked him dead
      [Agent - intentional control] [Verb] [Patient] [Adjective] with [Instrument]Paul hit the door open with his foot
      [Agent - intentional control] [Verb] [Patient] to / into [Oblique, state]Paul hit the window to pieces
      [Agent - intentional control] [Verb] [Patient] to / into [Oblique, state] with [Instrument]Paul hit the window to pieces with a hammer
      [Agent - intentional control] [Verb] [Patient] with [Instrument]Paula hit the ball with a stick
      [Agent - intentional control] [Verb] [Patient, plural] togetherPaula hit the sticks together
      [Instrument - body part or reflexive] [Verb] [Patient]The stick hit the fence
      [Instrument - body part or reflexive] [Verb] [Patient] [Adjective]The stick hit the door open
      [Instrument - body part or reflexive] [Verb] [Patient] to / into [Oblique, state]The hammer hit the window to pieces
    • lexical domain: Contact - verbs of touching, hitting, tying, digging
    • synonyms of hit: collide with / impinge on / run into / strike
    • antonym of hit: miss
    • more generic word: touch = make physical contact with, come in contact with
    • more specific terms:
  3. deal a blow to, either with the hand or with an instrument
    • examples: He hit her hard in the face | The fighter managed to hit his opponent
    • syntax:
      Syntactic formulaExample for the syntactic formula
      [Agent - intentional control] [Verb] at [Patient]Paul hit at the window
      [Agent - intentional control] [Verb] at [Patient] with [Instrument]Paul hit at the window with an open hand
      [Agent - intentional control] [Verb] [Instrument]Paul hit her elbow
      [Agent - intentional control] [Verb] [Instrument] against / on [Patient]Paul hit her elbow on the doorknob
      [Agent - intentional control] [Verb] [Patient]Paula hit the ball
      [Agent - intentional control] [Verb] [Patient] [Adjective]Paul kicked the door open | Paula bit the bag open | They spanked him dead
      [Agent - intentional control] [Verb] [Patient] [Adjective] with [Instrument]Paul hit the door open with his foot
      [Agent - intentional control] [Verb] [Patient] to / into [Oblique, state]Paul hit the window to pieces
      [Agent - intentional control] [Verb] [Patient] to / into [Oblique, state] with [Instrument]Paul hit the window to pieces with a hammer
      [Agent - intentional control] [Verb] [Patient] with [Instrument]Paula hit the ball with a stick
      [Agent - intentional control] [Verb] [Patient, plural] togetherPaula hit the sticks together
      [Instrument - body part or reflexive] [Verb] [Patient]The stick hit the fence
      [Instrument - body part or reflexive] [Verb] [Patient] [Adjective]The stick hit the door open
      [Instrument - body part or reflexive] [Verb] [Patient] to / into [Oblique, state]The hammer hit the window to pieces

      Verbs of Contact by Impact (with the same syntax): batter, beat, bump, butt, drum, hammer, jab, kick, knock, lash, pound, rap, slap, smack, smash, strike, tap.

    • lexical domain: Contact - verbs of touching, hitting, tying, digging
    • more generic word: touch = make physical contact with, come in contact with
    • more specific terms:
  4. reach a destination, either real or abstract
    • examples: We hit Detroit by noon | I have to hit the MAC machine before the weekend starts | the controversial issue hit the newsstands | The famous professor hit the speaker circuit | They hit the water
    • syntax:
      Syntactic formulaExample for the syntactic formula
      [Agent - concrete organization] [Verb] [Destination]They reached the hill

      Verbs of Motion (with the same syntax): make, reach.

    • lexical domain: Motions - verbs of walking, flying, swimming
    • synonyms of hit: arrive at / attain / gain / make / reach
    • more specific terms:
    • entailment: go / locomote / move / travel = change location
  5. affect or afflict suddenly, usually adversely
    • examples: We were hit by really bad weather | The wind storms hit the area with dust and dirt
    • lexical domain: Contact - verbs of touching, hitting, tying, digging
    • synonym of hit: strike
    • more generic terms: affect / bear on / bear upon / impact / touch / touch on = have an effect upon
  6. hit with a missile from a weapon
    • syntax: the same syntax as for the sense 3
    • lexical domain: Competition - verbs of fighting, athletic activities
    • synonyms of hit: pip / shoot
    • more generic words: injure / wound = cause injuries or bodily harm to
    • more specific terms:
      • gun down = strike down or shoot down
      • grass = shoot down, of birds
      • kneecap = shoot in the kneecap, often done by terrorist groups as a warning
  7. encounter by chance
  8. gain points in a game
  9. cause to experience suddenly
    • example: An interesting idea hit her
    • lexical domain: Perceptions - verbs of seeing, hearing, feeling
    • synonyms of hit: come to / strike
  10. make a strategic, offensive, assault against an enemy, opponent, or a target
    • lexical domain: Competition - verbs of fighting, athletic activities
    • synonym of hit: strike
    • more generic words: assail / attack = launch an attack or assault on
    • more specific terms:
      • slice = hit a ball so that it causes a backspin
      • chop = hit sharply
      • stroke = strike a ball with a smooth blow
      • strike back / retaliate = make a counterattack and return like for like, especially evil for evil
  11. kill intentionally and with premeditation
  12. drive something violently into a location
    • example: he hit his fist on the table
    • lexical domain: Motions - verbs of walking, flying, swimming
    • synonym of hit: strike
    • more generic words: displace / move = cause to move or shift into a new position or place, both in a concrete and in an abstract sense
    • more specific word: smash = hit violently
  13. reach a point in time, or a certain state or level
    • examples: The thermometer hit 100 degrees | the sunlight hit the moountain tops
    • syntax: the same syntax as for the sense 4
    • lexical domain: Motions - verbs of walking, flying, swimming
    • synonyms of hit: attain / reach
    • more generic words: arrive / come / get = reach a destination
    • more specific terms:
      • max out = reach a maximum
      • break even = attain a level at which there is neither gain nor loss, as in business, gambling, or a competitive sport
  14. produce by manipulating keys or strings of musical instruments
    • lexical domain: Contact - verbs of touching, hitting, tying, digging
    • synonym of hit: strike
    • more generic word: touch = make physical contact with, come in contact with
  15. hit the intended target or goal
  16. pay unsolicited and usually unwanted sexual attention to
    • example: He tries to hit on women in bars
    • syntax: the same syntax as for the sense 3
    • lexical domain: Communication - verbs of telling, asking, ordering, singing
    • more generic word: approach = make advances to someone, usually with a proposal or suggestion

Specialised definition of the verb hit

Glossary of sports

to strike a ball, puck or similar object (2006. Dictionary of Sport and Exercise Science. A&C Black Publishers Ltd)

Glossary of sports / fencing

to make a hit

Glossary of sports / hockey / field hockey

to propel the ball across the pitch surface. The hands are gripped near the top of the stick (2005. Chambers Sports Factfinder. Chambers Harrap Publishers Ltd)

Other definitions of hit

What does hit also mean?

pronoun

  1. [context: dialectal] [l, en, it, It].

Places

  1. Hit a.k.a. Hīt is an Iraqi city in Al-Anbar province. Hīt lies northwest of Ramadi, the provincial capital.
  2. Hit a.k.a. Hīt District: Hīt is a district in Al Anbar Governorate, Iraq. It is centred on the city of Hīt, this district It has between 400,000 and 500,000 inhabitants.
    • also known as Hīt

Music

  1. "Hit" is a 2003 compilation album of songs by British musician Peter Gabriel. It reached No. 29 in the UK album charts and No. 100 in the US. Disc one is labelled Hit and disc two Miss, reflecting the first disc's containing several of Gabriel's biggest-selling singles.
    • also known as Hit (disc 2: Miss)
    • genres: Rock music, Worldbeat
    • released on (12 years ago)
  2. "Hit" is a musical single of The Wannadies.
    • released in (18 years ago)
  3. "Hit" is a composition.
  4. "Hit" is a musical album of Baptiste Trotignon.
    • released on
  5. "Hit" is a musical single of The Sugarcubes.
    • released in (24 years ago)
  6. "Hit" is a musical album of A Spell Inside.
    • released in (13 years ago)

Writings

"Hit" is a book by Mary Edwards Walker.

  • also known as "Hit: essays on women's rights"

Film

"Hit" a.k.a. "Hit!" is a 1973 action film directed by Sidney J. Furie and starring Billy Dee Williams and Richard Pryor. It is about a federal agent trying to destroy a drug zone after his daughter dies from a heroin overdose.

Miscellanea

  1. Hit: In baseball statistics, a hit, also called a base hit, is credited to a batter when the batter safely reaches first base after hitting the ball into fair territory, without the benefit of an error or a fielder's choice.
  2. Hit: A hit is a request to a web server for a file, like a web page, image, JavaScript, or Cascading Style Sheet.
  3. hit is a gene.
  4. Hit is a carbonated soft drink that was introduced in Venezuela over 40 years ago. It is now owned by The Coca-Cola Company. The graphic logo and design is similar to Coke's brand Fanta and, in fact, it is Fanta with a different name.
  5. Hit is a cataloged instance, musical recording, canonical version.
  6. Hit is a 2013 Telly Award winning ad, created by Revolution Agency by U.S. Chamber of Commerce NV.
    • award: - Telly Award for Regional TV & Multi-Market Cable Commercial - Political Issues/Campaign Advertising, received by Revolution Agency

Phrases with Hit

Phrases starting with the word Hit:

  1. Hit on
  2. hit up
  3. hit man
  4. Hit Out
  5. Hit-Out
  6. Hit Back
  7. hit home
  8. hit list
  9. Hit Test
  10. hit upon
  11. hit-skip
  12. Hit a Six
  13. hit it up

Phrases ending with the word Hit:

  1. no-hit
  2. base hit
  3. Bong Hit
  4. Cult Hit
  5. Hard Hit
  6. King Hit
  7. Banjo Hit

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Google previewNew Therapeutic Agents in Thrombosis and Thrombolysis, Third Edition (2016)

by Jane E. Freedman, Joseph Loscalzo

HIT is a hypercoagulability state, with markedly elevated thrombin-antithrombin complexes (a marker of in vivo thrombin...

Google previewTo Make My Bread (2014)

by Grace Lumpkin

Hit means food advanced, and seed and other things advanced, and ...

Google previewSpina Bifida (2008)

Management and Outcome by M. Memet Özek, Giuseppe Cinalli, Wirginia Maixner

The neurologic injury may result from a “two-hit” phenomenon [9]. The first hit is the original defect in neurulation that creates MMC, ...

Google previewHandbook of Clinical Pediatric Endocrinology (2012)

by Charles G. D. Brook, Mehul Dattani

The first hit is the loss of StAR itself with impaired steroidogenesis and elevated concentrations of ACTH and LH resulting in excess intracellular cholesterol accumulation. The second hit is the mitochondrial and cellular damage resulting from ...

Google previewDatabase Systems for Advanced Applications (2006)

11th International Conference, DASFAA 2006, Singapore, April 12-15, 2006, Proceedings by Kian Lee Tan, Vilas Wuwongse

However we observed two possible limitations with such index probes, namely false hit and false locate. A false hit means that an index probe touches unnecessary data besides real results; a false locate stands for a (wasted) probe that has ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Sexual Language and Imagery in Shakespearean and Stuart Literature (2001)

Three Volume Set Volume I A-F Volume II G-P Volume III Q-Z by Gordon Williams

hit coit with (the man's viewpoint). One of a large coital group with a primary meaning of strike or knock. Fletcher, Wifefor a ...

Google previewThe A-Z Encyclopedia of Alcohol and Drug Abuse (2002)

by Thomas Nordegren

Hit 1. Colloquial term for one ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Optimization (2008)

by Christodoulos A. Floudas, Panos M. Pardalos

Keywords Global optimization; Stochastic methods; Random search algorithms; Adaptive search; Simulated annealing; Improving hit and run; Hit and run methods; Mixed discrete-continuous global optimization; Pure random search; Pure ...

Google previewDictionary of Idiomatic English Phrases (1891)

by James Main Dixon

Hit. — To hit off—fto describe in a terse and clever manner. C. Goldsmith concocted a series of epigrammatic sketches, under ...

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Usage statistics about hit

The following statistics are based on the British National Corpus, so they are representative for the British English from the later part of the 20th century, both spoken and written.

Usage statistics for the verb hit:

conversational speech66.67%task-oriented speech33.33%

Distribution of usage frequency for the most common synonyms of the noun hit:

smashcollisionbanghitstrike

Distribution of usage frequency for the most common synonyms of the verb hit:

piptallyslaydispatchstumbleattainmurderscorestrikeshootgainhitremovereachmake

Comparison of usage frequency between the verb hit and its most common antonym:

misshit

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Quotes about Hit

I've been hit hard a few times, been hit really hard a few times, but I don't think I've ever left a memorable, lasting impression on anyone I've ever hit. (Steve Yzerman)
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Scrabble value of H4I1T1

The value of this 3-letter word is 6 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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