hit it off

hit it off
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 — v. i. To get along well together; to be compatible; to work well together; of people in interactive situations; as, the new chemist hit it off immediately with his supervisor. [Colloq.] [PJC] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • hit it off — ► hit it off informal be naturally friendly or well suited. Main Entry: ↑hit …   English terms dictionary

  • hit it off — [v] get along well be of one mind*, be on the same wavelength*, click, make friends, see eye to eye, take to; concept 388 …   New thesaurus

  • hit it off — (informal) GET ON (WELL), get along, be friends, be friendly, be compatible, feel a rapport, see eye to eye, be on the same wavelength, take to each other, warm to each other; informal click, get on like a house on fire. → hit * * * phrasal : to… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Hit Me Off — Infobox Single Name = Hit Me Off Artist = New Edition from Album = Home Again Released = August 13, 1996 Format = Cassette single, CD single, Vinyl single Recorded = 1996 Genre = R B Length = 27:25 Label = MCA Writer = Silky, Dinky Bingham, Jeff… …   Wikipedia

  • hit it off — spoken if two people hit it off when they meet for the first time, they like each other hit it off with: I didn t really hit it off with his sister …   English dictionary

  • hit it off — {v. phr.}, {informal} To enjoy one another s company; be happy and comfortable in each other s presence. * /Tom and Fred hit it off well with each other./ * /Mary and Jane hit it off from the first./ Syn.: GET ALONG …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • hit it off — {v. phr.}, {informal} To enjoy one another s company; be happy and comfortable in each other s presence. * /Tom and Fred hit it off well with each other./ * /Mary and Jane hit it off from the first./ Syn.: GET ALONG …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • hit\ it\ off — v. phr. informal To enjoy one another s company; be happy and comfortable in each other s presence. Tom and Fred hit it off well with each other. Mary and Jane hit it off from the first. Syn.: get along …   Словарь американских идиом

  • hit it off — phrasal to get along well ; become friends < they hit it off immediately > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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