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hitch2 (informal) to solicit or obtain a free ride; hitchhike.
hitchhike to solicit or obtain a free ride or series or rides in a vehicle.
hither to or in the direction of this place; here. [2 definitions]
hither and thither in or to a variety of places, esp. randomly; here and there.
hither and yon from this location to another, esp. to a place at a great distance. [2 definitions]
hithermost nearest to this place; closest.
hitherto until this time; previously.
hit list (informal) a list of people to be murdered. [2 definitions]
hit man (informal) a hired killer; paid assassin.
hit one's stride to achieve an effective pace or level.
hit-or-miss careless or random.
hit the books to begin studying.
hit the hay (slang) to go to bed.
hit the jackpot (informal) to have sudden good luck or success, esp. with a financial reward.
hit the nail on the head to find exactly the right solution, expression, or explanation.
hit the panic button (slang) to react frantically to a crisis.
hit the sack (slang) to go to bed.
hit the spot (informal) to be exactly the needed or required thing.
Hittite a member of an ancient people who established an empire in the Mideast from about 2000 to 1200 B.C. [3 definitions]
HIV abbreviation of "human immunodeficiency virus," the retrovirus that causes the disease AIDS by infecting and destroying T cells in the immune system.
hive a structure built for or by bees to live in. [5 definitions]