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noun, suru verb

English Meaning(s) for ヒット

noun, suru verb
  1. hit; base hit; safe hit; single
  2. hit; success
  3. hit (e.g. boxing, hockey); blow
  4. hit (i.e. as a search result)

Definition and Synonyms for ヒット

Hit a successful stroke in an athletic contest (especially in baseball)
Synonyms: ヒット, 一撃, 一発, 命中, 当たり, 当たる, 打撃, 的中
Hit the act of contacting one thing with another
Synonyms: ヒット, 打撃
Hit a connection made via the internet to another website
Synonyms: ヒット
Hit deal a blow to, either with the hand or with an instrument
Synonyms: ぶつ, ぶつ, しばく, つつく, どやす, はじく, はたく, ノック, ヒット, どやしつける, 一撃, 叩く, 強打, 弾く, 当てる, 打つ, 撃ち当てる, 殴る, 殴り付ける, 殴打, 突く, 食う
Hit cause to move by striking
Synonyms: ぶつ, ヒット, 打つ, ぶっ飛ばす

Categories ヒット is a member of

Exploit a notable achievement
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Touching the act of putting two things together with no space between them
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Connexion the act of bringing two things into contact (especially for communication)
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Touch make physical contact with, come in contact with
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Propel cause to move forward with force
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Stroke Order Diagrams for ヒット

Sample Sentences for ヒット

The first batter up got a base hit.
Last year's pop hit was set off by a serial TV drama.
I looked up a song I liked from a movie in YouTube and there were countless remixes; I was surprised at how many were hits!
I wish he had gotten a hit in the bottom half of the seventh inning.
His latest work proved to be a great success.

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