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hitverb

  • ja殴る、打つ、たたく、攻撃する
  • ento touch someone or something quickly and with force, either to cause harm, injury, or movement

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Ross, you had sex with another woman.
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- Oh. - Oh, my God.
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Oh, I knew something had to be wrong
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because my fingernails did not grow at all yesterday.
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Yeah, well, I guess they had a fight and he got drunk —
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You guys knew about this and you didn't tell us?
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He had sex and we get hit in our heads.
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Let’s shake him up.
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What is that?
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A sock full of butter.
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For what?
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For swinging.
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I could brain an elephant with this thing.
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We’re not gonna walk in there and start hitting TV writers with a big buttery sock.
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We’re gonna be professional and firm.

Other meanings for hit...

hitverb

  • jaプロの殺し屋が計画して殺す
  • ento kill in a planned and professional manner
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Don't move.
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Don't try to get out.
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I've got the child lock on,
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and they've got real guns out there.
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If we start struggling about, they could hit either one of us.

hitverb

  • ja殴る
  • ento affect something or someone badly
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It's finally hitting me what the... the plan is here.
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It's to bore me to death, so...
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Mission accomplished because it's totally working.
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I don't see any other option.
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I'm submitting an official complaint with Holt.
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I know it might feel weird to report another officer, but it's the right move.
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Holt's gonna eat him for breakfast.
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Maldack has no idea what's about to hit him.
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'Die Hard' is the best cop movie of all time.
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One cop heroically saving the day while everyone else stands around and watches.
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It's the story of my life.
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I like 'Turner and Hooch.'
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Tom Hanks, reluctant friendship with a dog...
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That hits me where I live.
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If any of you have seen the TV show 'Homeland,'
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you'll know that possibly one of the most frightening things in this world is what’s known as nerve gas.
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In that show, the use of Sarin, a kind of nerve gas, was explored.
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While 'Homeland' could be said to be quite implausible at times,
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how it depicted Sarin was by no means over the top.
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What basically happens when you're hit by nerve gas is your body malfunctions.
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Your nervous system stops working.
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We're gonna talk about Greece.
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Although Greece is on the Euro,
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it was one of the countries that was hardest hit by the 2008 financial crisis.
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Well, that's bad for locals.
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It's good for you as a traveler because prices there are very low.
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They couldn’t see much due to the clouds, and they were wrong about that minute.
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They were actually 11 minutes away.
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They were still in mountains and hadn’t reached the safe spot where they could turn right towards the airport.
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They descended anyway, and were hit by more turbulence as they were right in the middle of mountains,
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where the winds are chaotic.
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He was very trusting.
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Then '94 hit, Carol left him, and bam!
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Paranoid City!
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As we said, some people still live in parts of town today
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but not in the areas that were most hit by the radiation.
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You can even take a tour of the town that was.
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And it is supposed to be a spooky experience as people just up and left, leaving many of their things behind them.
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It’s now said wild animals have come from the nearby forests and they are the new inhabitants of the town.

hitverb

  • ja(ある場所に)行く、訪れる
  • ento visit; to go to a place
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So Kelly... is that Scully's wife or his dog?
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- Oh, uh... - Wait.
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No one knows Scully's wife's name?
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I think Kelly is his dog.
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"Went for a long walk." That's what you do with a dog.
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You can go on a long walk with a person at sunset, talking about nothing and everything.
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Sounds awful.
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"Hit the park." That's a dog.
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My wife takes the babies to the park all the time.
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All right, we’re doing this.
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Let’s play Wife or Dog.
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Crazy!
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That's too much for me, man.
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I'm gonna hit the bathroom.
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You've already been several times.
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I try to stay healthy.
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I try to do something physical a few times a week.
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What do you do?
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I hit the gym, I do some running.
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Weights?
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I do some weights.
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Throw some weights around.
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Listen, I've got a sixer.
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'Automatic for the People' on the jukebox.
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Let's hit the park after sundown, come on.
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Pick up some sausage, if you want.
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Almond Butter Reese's are creamy, nutty and delicious.
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Hey, hey, where are you going?
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I'm just going to hit the restroom.
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During the commercials, who does that?
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Guys, I'm sorry.
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I didn't watch commercials much when I was a kid,
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so I don't really know what's going on.