自2010年至今的四级考试中， 共出现过 次
自2010年至今的六级考试中， 共出现过 次
VERB 打;击 If you hit someone or something, you deliberately touch them with a lot of force, with your hand or an object held in your hand.
Find the exact grip that allows you to hit the ball hard...
She hit him hard across his left arm...
VERB 撞击;碰撞 When one thing hits another, it touches it with a lot of force.
The car had apparently hit a traffic sign before skidding out of control...
She hit the last barrier and sprawled across the track.
VERB （炸弹、导弹）击中，命中 If a bomb or missile hits its target, it reaches it.
...multiple-warhead missiles that could hit many targets at a time...
The hospital had been hit with heavy artillery fire.
VERB 打击;使受严重影响 If something hits a person, place, or thing, it affects them very badly.
The plan to charge motorists £75 a year to use the motorway is going to hit me hard...
About two-hundred people died in the earthquake which hit northern Peru...
VERB 使突然想起 When a feeling or an idea hits you, it suddenly affects you or comes into your mind.
It hit me that I had a choice...
Then the answer hit me. It had been staring me in the face.
VERB 达到（某一高点或低点） If you hit a particular high or low point on a scale of something such as success or health, you reach it.
He admits to having hit the lowest point in his life ...
Oil prices hit record levels yesterday.
N-COUNT 成功而轰动（或风行）一时的事物（如唱片、电影或戏剧） If a CD, film, or play is a hit, it is very popular and successful.
The song became a massive hit in 1945.
...the surprise hit video of the year.
N-COUNT （网站的）点击，浏览，访问 A hit is a single visit to a website.
Our small company has had 78,000 hits on its Internet pages.
N-COUNT （在因特网上的）查询结果，检索结果 If someone who is searching for information on the Internet gets a hit, they find a website where there is that information.
PHR-RECIP 一见如故;合得来；投缘 If two people hit it off, they like each other and become friendly as soon as they meet.
They hit it off straight away, Daddy and Walter...
How well did you hit it off with one another?
PHRASE 大受欢迎;深受…的喜爱;令…印象深刻 If you make a hit with someone, they like you or are impressed by you when they meet you.
He made a hit with Lady Sopwith...
She sends her best wishes — you've obviously made a hit there.