v. t.) To reach with a stroke or blow; to strike or touch, usually with force;
n.) A stroke of success in an enterprise, as by a fortunate chance;
He hit me back.
Who hit the most home runs?
I hit the man on the belly.
A stone hit him on the head.
He hit me smack in the face.
The car hit a telephone pole.
All her shots hit the target.
He hit a fly into right field.
The bullet hit him in the chest.
The song can’t fail to be a hit .
Never hit a man when he is down.
She raised her fist as if to hit me.
The price index hit an alltime high.
The newspaper says that the typhoon hit Kyushu.
She was hit by a car while she was crossing the street.
He suddenly hit on a good idea while he was taking a bath.
He persuaded the record company to take a chance on the band, and it became a huge hit.
The city of Baghdad was hit with countless missiles today on the third day of the Iraqi conflict.
Three soldiers were killed by friendly fire when a mortar bomb hit their truck.
Several typhoons hit Japan in autumn.
Their first record was a mega hit.
We hit a bump and the car swerved.
I was on the point of giving up when I suddenly hit upon the solution.
Walking along the street, I hit on a solution to the problem.
She said that her husband hit her, but in fact it was the other way around.
Some violent men beat up their sons, until the boys are strong enough to hit back.
The radio was blaring out the news that an earthquake had hit just minutes before.