Hit [noun]

Definition of Hit:

strike, bump

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Sentence/Example of Hit:

Return to the car and restart it, and the radio is now magically on channel 2, tormenting you with the lamest, er, greatest popular hits of our day.

Still, it’s unlikely that Popeyes’ pescatarian offering will come close to matching its big-clucking-deal hit.

Leonard said the NBA was putting “money over health,” a direct hit on the league’s values.

The Driver twists, slamming the hit man’s head against one wall, then another.

She noted that categories normally known for brand licensing agreements — entertainment venues, sports, and experiential industries — have taken a hit due to the pandemic.

Where Starz has seen more of an impact, however, is when it premieres a new season or spin-off of its hit series “Power.”

Every swing is slow, and it isn’t easy to land hits accurately.

The Weeknd offered such a variety of these moments that his performance felt like a string of meme possibilities connected by his hit tunes.

Things got better as the show progressed and he ticked off hits such as “I Feel It Coming,” “The Hills,” “Earned It,” “Blinding Lights” and more, but Twitter was full of complaints.

I know health officials are targeting harder hit communities first, and they should.