[hit-n-mis] /ˈhɪt nˈmɪs/
sometimes successful or rewarding and sometimes not.
(informal) random; haphazard: a hit-and-miss affair, the technique is very hit and miss Also hit or miss
[hit-n-ruhn] /ˈhɪt nˈrʌn/ adjective 1. guilty of fleeing the scene of an accident or injury one has caused, especially a vehicular accident, thereby attempting to evade being identified and held responsible: a hit-and-run driver. 2. involving or resulting from such action or conduct: hit-and-run fatalities. 3. Baseball. pertaining to or noting a play in which, […]
- Hit a snag
Encounter a problem or obstacle. For example, We’ve hit a snag with this building project. The noun snag has been used in the sense of “a sharp or rough projection,” such as would impede passage, since the 1500s.
noun, Baseball. 1. a batter who, having been struck by a pitch, is awarded first base.
- Hit below the belt
To say something that is often too personal, usually irrelevant, and always unfair: “To remind reformed alcoholics of their drinking problem is to hit below the belt.” The expression comes from boxing, in which it is illegal to hit an opponent below the belt. see: below the belt