hit it off with someone

hit it off with someone
hit it off (with (someone)) to be friendly with each other immediately.

She hit it off with Dean and soon the two of them set out on a cross-country adventure.

We hit it off beautifully – we liked all the same things, and we liked each other a lot.


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  • hit it off with — hit it off (with (someone)) to be friendly with each other immediately. She hit it off with Dean and soon the two of them set out on a cross country adventure. We hit it off beautifully – we liked all the same things, and we liked each other a… …   New idioms dictionary

  • hit it off with smb — get along well with someone We really hit it off at the party …   Idioms and examples

  • hit it off — (with (someone)) to be friendly with each other immediately. She hit it off with Dean and soon the two of them set out on a cross country adventure. We hit it off beautifully – we liked all the same things, and we liked each other a lot …   New idioms dictionary

  • hit — hit1 [ hıt ] (past tense and past participle hit) verb *** ▸ 1 touch something with force ▸ 2 have bad effect on ▸ 3 when you realize something ▸ 4 reach place/state etc. ▸ 5 press switch etc. ▸ 6 achieve score in sport ▸ + PHRASES 1. )… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • hit — hit1 W2S1 [hıt] v past tense and past participle hit present participle hitting ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(touch somebody/something hard)¦ 2¦(crash into something)¦ 3¦(hurt yourself)¦ 4¦(sport)¦ 5¦(press)¦ 6¦(attack)¦ 7¦(affect badly)¦ …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • hit — 1 /hIt/ verb past tense and past participle hitpresent participle hitting 1 TOUCH SB/STH HARD (T) to touch someone or something quickly and usually hard with your hand, a stick etc: hit sth with: Billy was hitting a tin can with a spoon. | hit sb …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • hit — [[t]hɪ̱t[/t]] ♦ hits, hitting (The form hit is used in the present tense and is the past and present participle.) 1) VERB If you hit someone or something, you deliberately touch them with a lot of force, with your hand or an object held in your… …   English dictionary

  • hit — ► VERB (hitting; past and past part. hit) 1) direct a blow at (someone or something) with one s hand or a tool or weapon. 2) propel (a ball) with a bat, racket, etc. 3) accidentally strike (part of one s body) against something. 4) (of a moving… …   English terms dictionary

  • hit — I UK [hɪt] / US verb Word forms hit : present tense I/you/we/they hit he/she/it hits present participle hitting past tense hit past participle hit *** 1) [intransitive/transitive] to move quickly onto an object or surface, touching it with force… …   English dictionary

  • hit — [c]/hɪt / (say hit) verb (hit, hitting) –verb (t) 1. to deal a blow or stroke; bring forcibly into collision. 2. to come against with an impact or collision, as a missile, a flying fragment, a falling body, or the like does. 3. to reach with a… …  

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