hit it off,what's the meaning, and how to use the phrase?
May 25, 2010 9:16 AM
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"Hit it off" means to get along really well. "They hit it off the second they met." There's an analogy here, but no-one seems to admit it! :) I'm thinking of a successful play, eg. hitting a baseball really well, starting a sports game... (I might be on the wrong track here)
May 25, 2010
hit it off (with someone): Fig. to quickly become good friends with someone. ex. Look how John hit it off with Mary. ex. Yes, they really hit it off. hit it off (with somebody): to be friendly with each other immediately. ex. She hit it off with Dean and soon the two of them set out on a cross-country adventure. ex. We hit it off beautifully – we liked all the same things, and we liked each other a lot. :)
May 25, 2010
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