简明英汉词典

hit
[hit]
n.
打击, 打, 碰撞, 讽刺, (演出等)成功
vt.
打, 打击, 碰撞, 击中, 袭击, 偶然发现, 伤...的感情, 找到
vi.
打, 打中, 打击, 碰撞, 偶然碰上

美国传统词典[双解]

hit
hit
AHD:[h1t]
D.J.[hit]
K.K.[h!t]
v.(动词)
hithit.tinghits
v.tr.(及物动词)

(1)

To come into contact with forcefully; strike:
打击:用力地碰;撞击:
The car hit the guardrail.
汽车撞了护栏

(2)

To reach with or as if with a blow:
袭击:碰到或似碰到力击:
The bullet hit the police officer in the shoulder.
枪射中了警官的肩膀

(3)

To cause to come into contact:
使碰到:
She hit her hand against the wall.
她用手捶着墙壁

(4)

To deal a blow to.
给予打击

(5)

To strike with a missile:
击中:用子弹打:
fired and hit the target.
开枪并击中目标

(6)

To press or push (a key or button, for example):
按或推(如,键或按钮):
hit the return key by mistake.
错按回车键

(7)

Sports
【体育运动】

(8)

To reach with a propelled object:
使接住球:使接住推进的物体:
hit the running back with a pass.
传球给快跑中的后卫

(9)

To score in this way:
以这种方式得分:
She hit the winning goal.
她射门得分

(10)

To perform (a shot or maneuver) successfully:
成功实行:成功地实行(射球或策略):
couldn't hit the jump shot.
跳投未得分

(11)

To propel with a stroke or blow:
击打:以打或击的方式推进:
hit the ball onto the green.
击打草坪上的球

(12)

Baseball
【棒球】

(13)

To execute (a base hit) successfully:
击出安打:成功地实行(安打):
hit a single.
击出一垒安打

(14)

To bat against (a pitcher or kind of pitch) successfully:
成功击中:成功地击打(投球或一种投掷):
can't hit a slider.
未能击中那个快速变化球

(15)

To affect, especially adversely:
尤指负面地影响:
The company was hit hard by the recession.
公司深受经济萧条的影响

(16)

Informal To come upon or discover, especially by chance:
【非正式用语】 尤指偶然遇到或发现:
finally hit the right exit.
最终找到了正确的出口

(17)

Informal To attain or reach:
【非正式用语】 获取或达到:
Monthly sales hit a new high. She hit 40 on her last birthday.
月销售达到了一个新高潮。上次过生日时她已40岁了

(18)

To accord with; suit:
一致;合适:
The idea hit my fancy.
这个观点和我的想法一样

(19)

To produce or represent accurately:
精确地显现或再现:
trying to hit the right note.
努力找到正确的音符

(20)

Games To deal cards to.
【游戏】 分牌,发牌

(21)

Slang To give a drink of liquor or a dose of a narcotic to.
【俚语】 给一杯酒或一剂麻药
v.intr.(不及物动词)

(1)

To strike or deal a blow.
打或打击

(2)

To come into contact with something; collide.
与某物接触;冲突

(3)

To attack:
袭击:
The raiders hit at dawn.
突袭队员在拂晓时分发动袭击

(4)

To happen or occur:
出现或发生:
The storm hit without warning.
风暴毫无预兆地来临

(5)

To achieve or find something desired or sought:
达成,找到:获得或找到需要或寻求的东西:
finally hit on the answer; hit upon a solution to the problem.
最终找到了答案;最终寻求到了解决这个问题的方法

(6)

Baseball To bat.
【棒球】 (棒球)击打

(7)

To ignite a mixture of air and fuel in the cylinders. Used of an internal-combustion engine.
点燃:在汽缸内点火或打火。用于内燃机
n.Abbr. h, h.(名词)缩写 hh.

(1)

A collision or an impact.
碰撞或撞击

(2)

A successfully executed shot, blow, thrust, or throw.
成功地发射、扔、击或戳

(3)

A successful or popular venture:
成功的或风行一时的投机:
a Broadway hit.
百老汇热门的戏剧

(4)

An apt or effective remark.
俏皮话,令人信服的评论

(5)

Baseball A base hit.
【棒球】 安打

(6)

Slang
【俚语】

(7)

A dose of a narcotic drug.
麻醉品的一次剂量

(8)

A puff of a cigarette or a marijuana cigarette or pipe.
香烟、大麻或烟斗的一次喷吸

(9)

Slang A murder planned and carried out usually by a member of an underworld syndicate.
【俚语】 谋杀:通常由一地下犯罪集团成员策划并进行的谋杀案

常用词组

hit on 【俚语】
To pay unsolicited and usually unwanted sexual attention to:
(性)吸引地注意:对性吸引自发地且通常不受欢迎地注意:
can't go into a bar lately without being hit on.
最近只要去酒吧,没有不受到注意的

hit up 【俚语】
To approach and ask (someone) for something, especially for money:
请求,要求:尤指接近并向(某人)索要金钱:
tried to hit me up for a loan.
试图请求我贷款

习惯用语

hit it big【俚语】
To be successful:
成功:
investors who hit it big on the stock market.
投资者在股票市场上获得了成功

hit it off【非正式用语】
To get along well together.
愉快地交往,相处得很好

hit (someone) over the head【非正式用语】
To be so repetitive or obvious as to become redundant or insulting:
过分重复或明显变得多余或傲慢:
We were simply hit over the head by the poet's misogynistic imagery.
我们只是对那位诗人嫌忌女性的幻想感到厌烦

hit the books【非正式用语】
To study, especially with concentrated effort.
尤指刻苦地学习

hit the bottle【俚语】
To engage in drinking alcoholic beverages.
喝烈酒

hit the fan【俚语】
To have serious, usually adverse consequences.
有严重且通常不利的后果

hit the ground running【非正式用语】
To begin a venture with great energy, involvement, and competence.
倾力投入而开始:以极大的精力、投入或才能开始一项新事业

hit the hay或

hit the sack 【俚语】
To go to bed:
去睡觉:
hit the hay well before midnight.
在午夜前睡觉

hit the high points或

hit the high spots
To direct attention to the most important points or places.
注意要点:着重注意最重要的问题或地方

hit the jackpot
To become highly and unexpectedly successful, especially to win a great deal of money.
大发横财:大的和意外的成功,尤指赢了一大笔钱

hit the nail on the head
To be absolutely right.
绝对正确

hit the road【俚语】
To set out, as on a trip; leave.
旅行中出发;离开

hit the roof或

hit the ceiling 【俚语】
To express anger, especially vehemently.
尤指勃然大怒

hit the spot
To give total or desired satisfaction, as food or drink.
给予完全或足够的食物或饮料

语源

(1)

Middle English hitten
中古英语 hitten

(2)

from Old English hyttan
源自 古英语 hyttan

(3)

from Old Norse hitta
源自 古斯堪的纳维亚语 hitta

继承用法

hitless
adj.(形容词)

hittable
adj.(形容词)

现代英汉词典

hit
[hIt]
vt., vi.
hit, hitting

(1)

打;击
He hit me with his hand.
他用手打了我。
The boy hit the other boy and was naturally punished by the headmaster.
"这男孩打了另一个男孩,理所当然地受到校长的处罚。"
In old schools the headmaster could hit the boys with a cane for fighting in school.
"旧学校里如果学生在学校打架,校长可以用藤条抽打他们。"
He hit the ball with the bat.
他用球拍击球。

(2)

碰撞,使碰撞
The falling tree hit a car.
倒下的树砸着了小汽车。
The baby hit his forehead against the corner of a desk and began to cry.
"孩子的额角在书桌的角上碰了一下,于是大哭起来。"
She hit her head on the table.
她的头在桌上碰了一下。
The ship hit heavy fog on its voyage.
船在航行时碰上了大雾。

(3)

找到;到达;走上
We hit the main road here.
我们找到了这里的大路。
The arrival of the national football team hit the headlines in the local press.
国家足球队的到来成为当地报纸的头条新闻。
We hit the main road two kilometres further on.
我们又走了两公里才到达大路上。

(4)

受影响
We were all hit by the depression.
我们都受到了不景气的影响。
Price increases hit everyone's pocket.
物价上涨冲击了每个人的钱袋。
Strike waves hit several Western European countries.
罢工的浪潮袭击了好几个西欧国家。

习惯用语

hit the nail on the head
说得中肯;击中要害

hit the sack
上床就寝

hit (sb.) for six
迅雷不及掩耳地击败人或使人惊讶

词性变化

hit
n.

(1)

一击;打击

(2)

碰撞;击中
The arrow scored a hit.
箭命中了红心。

(3)

成功的表演
That song was a hit last year.
那首歌是去年风行一时的歌曲。
The song was a hit at once and its recording tape rose to No.1 on the bestseller list.
"这首歌曲立刻风靡一时,它的录音带跃登畅销带榜首。"
The concert was quite a hit in Chicago.
这场音乐会在芝加哥曾轰动一时。

(4)

讽刺;抨击;俏皮话
a hit at sb.
对某人的讽刺
That's a clever hit.
这是一句巧妙的俏皮话。

常用词组

hit off
模仿

hit it off (with)
相处得好,合得来
These children hit it off well in the kindergarten.
这些小孩在幼儿园里相处得很好。
These foreign students hit it off with the natives.
这些外国留学生和本地人相处得很好。

hit on
无意中遇到;偶然发现;忽然想起 (= hit upon)
Robert has hit upon an idea that will get us out of our difficulty.
"罗伯特想出了一个好主意,可以使我们摆脱困境。"

hit out at

(1)

严厉地抨击 (= hit out against)

(2)

打击

现代英汉综合大辞典

hit
[hit]
vt.
(hit; hitting)

(1)

打; 敲; 击

(2)

击中; 射中

(3)

撞击; 使...撞上, 使...受到打击; 伤...的感情

(4)

向...发起攻击; 向...提出; 抨 击

(5)

完成(指标); 达到(某速度); 到达

(6)

偶然遇见; 发现, 找到

(7)

猜对, 说中; 戳穿(真相)

(8)

要求; 请求; 投合

(9)

【体】(板球等)得(分); (棒球)打出

(10)

精确地反映; 原样复制

(11)

出发; 上路

(12)

大口大口地吃[喝]

(13)

[美俚]沉溺于; 埋头于
hit the bull's-eye
[美俚]说到问题的本质
The bad newshiteveryone hard.
噩耗使每个人都受到了沉重打击。

词性变化

hit
[hit]
vi.

(1)

打; 打击(at); 击中

(2)

碰撞(against)

(3)

偶然碰上, 找到; 忽然想到[起](on, upon)

(4)

(在内燃机汽缸内)点火
hit back in self-defence
进行自卫还击
hit upon a good idea
忽然想到一个妙主意
hit against
撞击

hit
[hit]
n.

(1)

打中; 射中; 击中

(2)

碰着; 触着

(3)

(演剧等的)成功

(4)

抨击, 讽剌(at); 俏皮话

(5)

(棒球)击中的一球

(6)

好运气

(7)

一剂麻醉毒品

(8)

轰动一时的人物; 风行一时的作品

(9)

[美俚]计划好了的谋杀

(10)

[pl.]线路瞬息干扰
a clean hit
(棒球)巧妙的击中
That's a clever hit.
这是一句巧妙的俏皮话。
The song was a hit.
这首歌曲很成功。

继承用法

hit-run
adj.
(=hit-and-run)
闯祸后逃走的; 打了人就跑的

习惯用语

gallery hit
(球赛或演剧时)卖弄技巧的表演

gallery shot
(球赛或演剧时)卖弄技巧的表演

gallery stroke
(球赛或演剧时)卖弄技巧的表演

hard hit
[美口]经济上的破产; 热恋; 堕入情网

look to one's hits (=mind one's hits)
留心自己的机会; 不放过有利机会

make a hit
大获成功; 很受欢迎; 轰动一时

silent hit
[美]著名的无声影片

smash hit
[口]轰动一时的事物(尤指戏剧、 歌曲、 电影等)

hit at

(1)

试图打中, 向...打中, 向...打去

(2)

抨击; 挖苦

hit home

(1)

深深打入

(2)

打中要害; 中肯

(3)

使深受感动; 触及痛处

hit it

(1)

猜中; 说对了

(2)

(=hit it off)(同某人)合得来, 和睦相处

hit it up
[美俚]高速度前进; 拼命干活; 演奏得很起劲

hit off

(1)

适合

(2)

(幽默讥讽的)模仿

(3)

描写得恰到好处

(4)

即席做成

(5)

(板球等)得分

hit on
偶然碰上; 偶然找到; 偶然想起

hit upon
偶然碰上; 偶然找到; 偶然想起

hit-and -miss
不论命中不命中; 不管成功不成功; 胡乱地

hit-or -miss
不论命中不命中; 不管成功不成功; 胡乱地

hit or miss
不论命中不命中; 不管成功不成功; 胡乱地

hit and miss
不论命中不命中; 不管成功不成功; 胡乱地

hit out at
挥拳向...猛击; 猛烈抨击

hit sb. hard
[口]使某人受到沉重打击; 使某人遭受到严重挫折; 使某人在感情上受到严重创伤

hit sb. when he's down
(拳击中)打自己倒下的对手; 用不公平的手段战胜某人; 乘某人之危打击他

hit sb. where it hurts
打中某人要害, 触到痛处

hit up

(1)

(板球等中)得(分)

(2)

使加快速度

hit up for
[美俚]请求(某人)给以(某物), 向(某人)讨(某物)

特殊用法

backhand hit
反手击球

body hit
追身球

corner hit
击角球

double hit
连击

fair hit
击出界内球

flat hit
扫球, 平击

free hit
任意球

hard hit
大力击球

penalty hit
罚失一分

scoring hit
中靶箭

hit in the air
凌空击球

英文相关词典

hit
affect    arrive at    bat    blow    clout    come upon    crack    discover    find    impress    knock    meet    poke    punch    reach    slug    smack    sock    strike    success    swat    whack    miss    

[七国语言]英汉公共大词典

hit
撞;打;恍

[七国语言]英汉信息大词典

hit
命中, 碰撞, 找到

英汉双解计算机词典

hit

命中;瞬时干扰;[击中]
1. In data processing, a successful comparison of two items of data.
在数据处理中,两个数据项匹配成功。 2. Finding a desired data or data item in a specified file. | 在指定文件中找到所需要的数据或数据项。 3. For the file maintenance, finding detail records from a master record. | 在文件维护中,从主记录找到细目记录。 4. In data communications, a transient disturbance to a data communication medium. | 在数据通信中,对数据通信媒体的瞬时干扰。

美国传统词典

hit
hit
AHD:[h1t]
D.J.[hit]
K.K.[h!t]
v.
hit, hit.ting, hits
v.tr.

(1)

To come into contact with forcefully; strike:
The car hit the guardrail.

(2)

To reach with or as if with a blow:
The bullet hit the police officer in the shoulder.

(3)

To cause to come into contact:
She hit her hand against the wall.

(4)

To deal a blow to.

(5)

To strike with a missile:
fired and hit the target.

(6)

To press or push (a key or button, for example):
hit the return key by mistake.

(7)

Sports

(8)

To reach with a propelled object:
hit the running back with a pass.

(9)

To score in this way:
She hit the winning goal.

(10)

To perform (a shot or maneuver) successfully:
couldn't hit the jump shot.

(11)

To propel with a stroke or blow:
hit the ball onto the green.

(12)

Baseball

(13)

To execute (a base hit) successfully:
hit a single.

(14)

To bat against (a pitcher or kind of pitch) successfully:
can't hit a slider.

(15)

To affect, especially adversely:
The company was hit hard by the recession.

(16)

Informal To come upon or discover, especially by chance:
finally hit the right exit.

(17)

Informal To attain or reach:
Monthly sales hit a new high. She hit 40 on her last birthday.

(18)

To accord with; suit:
The idea hit my fancy.

(19)

To produce or represent accurately:
trying to hit the right note.

(20)

Games To deal cards to.

(21)

Slang To give a drink of liquor or a dose of a narcotic to.
v.intr.

(1)

To strike or deal a blow.

(2)

To come into contact with something; collide.

(3)

To attack:
The raiders hit at dawn.

(4)

To happen or occur:
The storm hit without warning.

(5)

To achieve or find something desired or sought:
finally hit on the answer; hit upon a solution to the problem.

(6)

Baseball To bat.

(7)

To ignite a mixture of air and fuel in the cylinders. Used of an internal-combustion engine.
n.Abbr. h, h.

(1)

A collision or an impact.

(2)

A successfully executed shot, blow, thrust, or throw.

(3)

A successful or popular venture:
a Broadway hit.

(4)

An apt or effective remark.

(5)

Baseball A base hit.

(6)

Slang

(7)

A dose of a narcotic drug.

(8)

A puff of a cigarette or a marijuana cigarette or pipe.

(9)

Slang A murder planned and carried out usually by a member of an underworld syndicate.

常用词组

hit on Slang
To pay unsolicited and usually unwanted sexual attention to:
can't go into a bar lately without being hit on.

hit up Slang
To approach and ask (someone) for something, especially for money:
tried to hit me up for a loan.

习惯用语

hit it bigSlang
To be successful:
investors who hit it big on the stock market.

hit it offInformal
To get along well together.

hit (someone) over the headInformal
To be so repetitive or obvious as to become redundant or insulting:
We were simply hit over the head by the poet's misogynistic imagery.

hit the booksInformal
To study, especially with concentrated effort.

hit the bottleSlang
To engage in drinking alcoholic beverages.

hit the fanSlang
To have serious, usually adverse consequences.

hit the ground runningInformal
To begin a venture with great energy, involvement, and competence.

hit the hayor

hit the sack Slang
To go to bed:
hit the hay well before midnight.

hit the high pointsor

hit the high spots
To direct attention to the most important points or places.

hit the jackpot
To become highly and unexpectedly successful, especially to win a great deal of money.

hit the nail on the head
To be absolutely right.

hit the roadSlang
To set out, as on a trip; leave.

hit the roofor

hit the ceiling Slang
To express anger, especially vehemently.

hit the spot
To give total or desired satisfaction, as food or drink.

语源

(1)

Middle English hitten

(2)

from Old English hyttan

(3)

from Old Norse hitta

继承用法

hitless
adj.

hittable
adj.

[名词委审定]英汉心理学名词(1999)

hit
击中

英汉船舶大词典

hit
n.打击

朗文英汉综合电脑词典

hit
命中;瞬时干扰;找到;= High Incidence Target computer,高入射目标计算机; = High Isolation Transformer, 强隔离变压器

英汉电信大词典

hit
n.间歇断开,瞬断

英汉法学大词典

hit
v.打击

英汉纺织大词典

hit
n.选中,命中

英汉航空大词典

hit
n.打击,击中

英汉化学大词典

hit
vt.打击,碰撞,符合,达到;n.一击,成功,抨击

英汉计算机大词典

hit
vt.打击(碰撞,符合;n.一击(成功,抨击)

英汉机械大词典

hit
n.相合,瞬断

英汉建筑大词典

hit
n.打击,命中,碰撞

航空英语缩写词典

HIT
Hybrid/Inertial Technology 混合/惯性技术

英汉心理学大词典

hit
击中

英汉冶金大词典

hit
n.相合,瞬断

英汉医学大词典

hit
n.碰撞,打击

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