hit

hit
hit
1. present participle - hitting; verb
1) (to (cause or allow to) come into hard contact with: The ball hit him on the head; He hit his head on/against a low branch; The car hit a lamp-post; He hit me on the head with a bottle; He was hit by a bullet; That boxer can certainly hit hard!) golpear, pegar, chocar
2) (to make hard contact with (something), and force or cause it to move in some direction: The batsman hit the ball (over the wall).) pegar, golpear
3) (to cause to suffer: The farmers were badly hit by the lack of rain; Her husband's death hit her hard.) afectar; hacer daño, perjudicar
4) (to find; to succeed in reaching: His second arrow hit the bull's-eye; Take the path across the fields and you'll hit the road; She used to be a famous soprano but she cannot hit the high notes now.) dar en, alcanzar

2. noun
1) (the act of hitting: That was a good hit.) golpe; tiro
2) (a point scored by hitting a target etc: He scored five hits.) acierto
3) (something which is popular or successful: The play/record is a hit; (also adjective) a hit song.) éxito
- hit-or-miss
- hit back
- hit below the belt
- hit it off
- hit on
- hit out
- make a hit with

hit1 n
1. golpe
a free hit un golpe franco
2. éxito
this song will be a hit esta canción será un éxito
hit2 vb golpear / pegar / dar
don't hit your sister no pegues a tu hermana
the ball hit her on the nose la pelota le dio en la nariz
El pasado y participio pasado de hit es hit; el gerundio se escribe hitting

hit /'xit/ sustantivo masculino (pl
hits ) hit
'hit' also found in these entries: Spanish: abatirse - aporrear - atinar - batear - blanca - blanco - canear - cascar - clavo - dar - desgraciada - desgraciado - embestir - escalabrar - golpear - grito - impacto - martillazo - pegar - plena - pleno - recibir - sicario - simpatizar - soplamocos - subirse - taconazo - taquillera - taquillero - acertar - atreverse - bestia - cabezazo - cabreo - chocar - dedo - entender - éxito - golpe - impactar - llegar - mandar - mentira - pedrada - pelotazo - perjudicado - pillar - piñata - rematar - torta English: bottle - bump - duck - forehead - front - goalpost - hard-hit - headline - high - hit - hit back - hit list - hit on - hit out - hit upon - hit-and-run - jackpot - mark - nail - on - pow - ricochet - road - roof - sack - sale - score - she - smash - with - beat - but - catch - crack - hard - home - knock - miss - over - punch - rock - slap - strike - swipe
hit
tr[hɪt]
noun
1 (blow) golpe nombre masculino
2 (success) éxito, acierto
she was a hit with children's audiences tuvo mucho éxito con el público infantil
3 (shot) impacto
4 (visit to web page) acceso
5 figurative use (damaging remark) pulla
6 SMALLAMERICAN ENGLISH/SMALL slang asesinato
transitive verb (pt & pp hit, ger hitting)
1 (strike) golpear, pegar
he hit his head on the door dio con la cabeza contra la puerta
the idea suddenly hit me de pronto me vino la idea
2 (crash into) chocar contra
the car hit the tree el coche chocó contra el árbol
3 (affect) afectar, perjudicar
farmers were badly hit by the drought la sequía perjudicó mucho a los agricultores
4 (reach) alcanzar
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SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
it hits you in the eye familiar salta a la vista
it suddenly hit him figurative use de pronto se dio cuenta
to hit below the belt familiar dar un golpe bajo
to hit it off with llevarse bien con, caer bien a alguien
to hit the bottle familiar darse a la bebida
to hit the headlines ser noticia
to hit the nail on the head figurative use dar en el clavo
to hit the road familiar ponerse en camino
to hit the roof familiar explotar, subirse por las paredes
to hit the sack familiar irse al catre
to make a hit with caer simpático,-a a alguien
to score a direct hit dar en el blanco
direct hit impacto directo
hit man slang asesino a sueldo
hit parade hit-parade nombre masculino, lista de éxitos
hit record disco de éxito
hit ['hɪt] v, hit ; hitting vt
1) strike: golpear, pegar, batear (una pelota)
he hit the dog: le pegó al perro
2) : chocar contra, dar con, dar en (el blanco)
the car hit a tree: el coche chocó contra un árbol
3) affect: afectar
the news hit us hard: la noticia nos afectó mucho
4) encounter: tropezar con, toparse con
to hit a snag: tropezar con un obstáculo
5) reach: llegar a, alcanzar
the price hit $10 a pound: el precio alcanzó los $10 dólares por libra
to hit town: llegar a la ciudad
to hit the headlines: ser noticia
6)
to hit onor to hit upon : dar con
hit vi
: golpear
hit n
1) blow: golpe m
2) : impacto m (de un arma)
3) success: éxito m
hit (Computing)
n.
acierto (Informática) s.m.
n.
chirlo s.m.
golpe s.m.
impacto s.m.
pret., p.p.
(Preterito definido y participio pasivo de "to hit")
v.
(§ p.,p.p.: hit) = acertar v.
chocar v.
embestir v.
golpear v.
pegar (Golpear) v.
percutir v.
tropezar v.
hit* (Key, button)
v.
pulsar (Informática) v.

I
1. hɪt
(pres p hitting; past & past p hit) transitive verb
1)
a) (deal blow to) \<\<door/table\>\> dar* un golpe en, golpear; \<\<person\>\> pegarle* a

she hit him with her handbag — le pegó or le dio un golpe con el bolso

he hit her across the face — le cruzó la cara

he hit the table with his fist — dio un puñetazo en la mesa

(let's) hit it! — (AmE) dale!, rápido!

to hit the road o the trail — ponerse* en marcha

to hit the sack o the hay — irse* al sobre or (Esp tb) a la piltra (fam)

b) (strike) golpear

passers-by were hit by flying glass — los transeúntes fueron alcanzados por trozos de cristal

the truck hit a tree — el camión chocó con or contra un árbol

the house was hit by a bomb — una bomba cayó sobre la casa

the bullet hit him in the leg — la bala le dio or lo alcanzó en la pierna

I've been hit! — me han dado!

to hit one's head/arm on o against something — darse* un golpe en la cabeza/el brazo contra algo, darse* con la cabeza/el brazo contra algo

to hit the ceiling o the roof — poner* el grito en el cielo

2)
a) (strike accurately) \<\<target\>\> dar* en
b) (attack) \<\<opponent/enemy\>\> atacar*

thieves have hit many stores in the area — (AmE) ha habido robos en muchas tiendas de la zona

c) (score) (Sport) anotarse, marcar*

to hit a home run — hacer* un cuadrangular or (AmL) un jonrón

3) (affect adversely) afectar (a)
4)
a) (meet with, run into) \<\<difficulty/problem\>\> toparse con
b) (reach) llegar* a, alcanzar*

we're bound to hit the main road sooner or later — tarde o temprano tenemos que salir a la carretera principal

to hit town — (colloq) llegar* a la ciudad

to hit the big time — llegar* a la fama

5) (occur to)

suddenly it hit me: why not ... ? — de repente se me ocurrió: ¿por qué no ... ?


2.
vi (deal blow) pegar*, golpear
Phrasal Verbs:

II
noun
1)
a) (blow, stroke) (Sport) golpe m
b) (in shooting) blanco m; (in archery) blanco m, diana f; (of artillery) impacto m
2) (success) (colloq) éxito m

he's a big hit with young people — es muy popular entre los jóvenes

you made a big hit with my mother — le caíste muy bien a mi madre, mi madre quedó impactada contigo; (before n) <song, show> de gran éxito

[hɪt] (vb: pt, pp hit)
1. N
1) (=blow) golpe m ; (Sport) (=shot) tiro m ; (on target) tiro m certero, acierto m ; (Baseball) jit m ; [of bomb] impacto m directo; (=good guess) acierto m

we made three hits on the target — dimos tres veces en el blanco

that was a hit at me — lo dijo por mí

he made a hit at the government — hizo un ataque contra el gobierno

2) (Mus, Theat) éxito m

to be a hit — tener éxito, ser un éxito

the film was a massive hit — la película fue un éxito enorme

she's a hit with everyone * — les cae bien a todos

to make a hit with sb — caerle bien a algn

3) (Internet) (=match on search engine) correspondencia f ; (=visit to website) visita f
2. VT
(vb: pt, pp hit)
1) (=strike) [+ person] pegar, golpear; (=come into contact with) dar con, dar contra; (violently) chocar con, chocar contra; [+ ball] pegar; [+ target] dar en

to hit sb a blow — dar un golpe a algn

to hit one's head against a wall — dar con la cabeza contra una pared

the president was hit by three bullets — el presidente fue alcanzado por tres balas

the house was hit by a bomb — la casa sufrió un directo

I realized my plane had been hit — me di cuenta de que mi avión había sido tocado

he was hit by a stone — le alcanzó una piedra

the car hit a road sign — el coche chocó con una señal de tráfico

he was hit by a car — le pilló un coche

his father used to hit him — su padre le pegaba

a lot of what he said hit home — gran parte de lo que dijo dio en el blanco or hizo mella

- hit sb when he's down
- hit the mark
- hit one's head against a wall
- hit the ground running
2) (=affect adversely) dañar; [+ person] afectar, golpear

the news hit him hard — la noticia le afectó mucho

the crops were hit by the rain — las lluvias dañaron los cultivos

the company has been hard hit — la compañía se ha visto muy afectada

3) (=find, reach) [+ road] dar con; [+ speed] alcanzar; [+ difficulty] tropezar con; (=achieve, reach) [+ note] alcanzar; (fig) (=guess) atinar, acertar

when we hit the main road — cuando lleguemos a la carretera

- hit the bottle
- hit the ceiling
- hit the jackpot
- hit the hay or the sack

to hit somewhere —

we hit London at nightfall * — llegamos a Londres al anochecer

- hit the road or the trail
4) (Press)
- hit the front page or the headlines
- hit the papers
5)

how much can we hit them for? — ¿qué cantidad podremos sacarles?

3.
VI golpear; (=collide) chocar

to hit against — chocar con, dar contra

to hit at — asestar un golpe a

to hit and run — atacar y retirarse

4.
CPD

hit list N(=death list) lista f de personas a las que se planea eliminar; (=target list) lista f negra

hit parade N — lista f de éxitos

hit song N — canción f éxito

hit squad N — escuadrón m de la muerte

* * *

I
1. [hɪt]
(pres p hitting; past & past p hit) transitive verb
1)
a) (deal blow to) \<\<door/table\>\> dar* un golpe en, golpear; \<\<person\>\> pegarle* a

she hit him with her handbag — le pegó or le dio un golpe con el bolso

he hit her across the face — le cruzó la cara

he hit the table with his fist — dio un puñetazo en la mesa

(let's) hit it! — (AmE) dale!, rápido!

to hit the road o the trail — ponerse* en marcha

to hit the sack o the hay — irse* al sobre or (Esp tb) a la piltra (fam)

b) (strike) golpear

passers-by were hit by flying glass — los transeúntes fueron alcanzados por trozos de cristal

the truck hit a tree — el camión chocó con or contra un árbol

the house was hit by a bomb — una bomba cayó sobre la casa

the bullet hit him in the leg — la bala le dio or lo alcanzó en la pierna

I've been hit! — me han dado!

to hit one's head/arm on o against something — darse* un golpe en la cabeza/el brazo contra algo, darse* con la cabeza/el brazo contra algo

to hit the ceiling o the roof — poner* el grito en el cielo

2)
a) (strike accurately) \<\<target\>\> dar* en
b) (attack) \<\<opponent/enemy\>\> atacar*

thieves have hit many stores in the area — (AmE) ha habido robos en muchas tiendas de la zona

c) (score) (Sport) anotarse, marcar*

to hit a home run — hacer* un cuadrangular or (AmL) un jonrón

3) (affect adversely) afectar (a)
4)
a) (meet with, run into) \<\<difficulty/problem\>\> toparse con
b) (reach) llegar* a, alcanzar*

we're bound to hit the main road sooner or later — tarde o temprano tenemos que salir a la carretera principal

to hit town — (colloq) llegar* a la ciudad

to hit the big time — llegar* a la fama

5) (occur to)

suddenly it hit me: why not ... ? — de repente se me ocurrió: ¿por qué no ... ?


2.
vi (deal blow) pegar*, golpear
Phrasal Verbs:

II
noun
1)
a) (blow, stroke) (Sport) golpe m
b) (in shooting) blanco m; (in archery) blanco m, diana f; (of artillery) impacto m
2) (success) (colloq) éxito m

he's a big hit with young people — es muy popular entre los jóvenes

you made a big hit with my mother — le caíste muy bien a mi madre, mi madre quedó impactada contigo; (before n) <song, show> de gran éxito


English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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