[hit-er-mis] /ˈhɪt ərˈmɪs/
careless; inattentive; haphazard:
The professor criticized the hit-or-miss quality of our research.
noun 1. a listing or category of popular songs ranked according to their popularity with listeners, usually as shown by sales of records. 2. any sequential listing of popular or favorite persons or things. noun 1. (old-fashioned) a listing or playing of the current most popular songs A listing of the most popular or best […]
- Hit pay dirt
verb phrase To find what one is looking for or needs; garner profit; strike oil: I didn’t hit pay dirt until near the bottom of the second box (1850s+)
- Hit rate
architecture The fraction of all memory reads which are satisfied from the cache. (1997-01-21)
[hit-ruhn] /ˈhɪtˈrʌn/ adjective 1. (defs 1, 2, 4).