- v.（免费）搭乘他人之车( hitch的过去式和过去分词 ); 搭便车; 攀上; 跃上;
Last night we hitched the horse to the cart and moved here.
Jean-Phillippe had hitched all over Europe in the 1960s.
The report shows that fewer couples are getting hitched.
He hitched his trousers up over his potbelly.
They hitched a ride in a truck.
We hitched a ride in a truck yesterday.
He hitched the horse's rope over the pole.
My dress hitched on a nail.
They got hitched in 1985.
She leapt from the car, hitched up her dress and sprinted down the road after him.
There was no garage in sight, so I hitched a lift into town.
He could just as well have hitched a ride on a train or a truck headed west.
She hitched up her skirt so as not to get it wet.
I hitched the rope round a bough of the tree.
He hitched a rope round a bough of a tree.