[hit-skip] /ˈhɪtˈskɪp/

(defs 1, 2).


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  • Hit someone

    verb phrase

  • Hit someone below the belt

    verb phrase To hurt or exploit unfairly, esp with words: calling her white trash was really hitting below the belt

  • Hit someone like a ton of bricks

    verb phrase To have a great sudden impact on, esp by surprise: Then the answer hit me like a ton of bricks [1920s+; based on the mid-1800s term fall upon someone like a thousand bricks]

  • Hit someone up

    verb phrase To request something, esp a loan; importune: I’m sure your only salvation is to hit up your rents (1917+)

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