||tell me, say it now, give it to me straight
||When I said it was bad news, he said, "Hit me. Let's have it."
|hit me for a loan
||ask to borrow money, ask me for a loan
||Hit me for a loan on payday. Then I'll have some money.
|hit me with your best shot
||shoot or hit as hard as you can, sock it to me
||Hit me with your best shot. Serve the ball as hard as you can.
|hit my funny bone
||cause me to laugh, crack me up
||The word pollywog always hits my funny bone. Ha ha ha, ha ha.
||think of, come up with
||Ko was a nurse until she hit on the idea of selling jewelry.
||talk to in a sexual manner, come onto
||When he hit on a waitress, we asked him to stop.
|hit on all cylinders
||running smoothly, operating well, hit it off
||At first our company wasn't running very smoothly,
but now we're hitting on all cylinders.
||become rich, win money, make a lot of money
||When Helen began selling chocolate, she hit paydirt. She's rich!
|hit rock bottom
||feel very unfortunate, feel very depressed
||After his farm was seized, he hit rock bottom - lost all hope.
|hit speeds of
||travel at speeds of, do (a speed)
||The stolen car was hitting speeds of 120 km per hour in the city.