|hit the road/trail
||Let's hit the road early. We have many miles to go.
|hit the skids
||begin to fail, go downhill
||After losing his job and his wife he hit the skids - became a bum.
|hit the spot
||taste right, is satisfying
||Sometimes tea hits the spot. It satisfies me.
||arrive in town
||It was 2 a.m. when we hit town.
|hitch in your getalong
||(See have a hitch in your getalong)
||associate with, be a friend of
||Per likes to hobnob with artists because he likes to draw.
||accept what is offered or you get nothing; tight spot
||If I don't agree to accept half the money, it will all go to charity. It's a Hobson's choice.
||false statements, bull, bunk, hot air
||He told you I have a pet python? That's a lot of hogwash!
||a bit snobbish, high and mighty
||Pamela is a classy lady, but she is not snobbish or hoity-toity.
||gosh, holy cow, wow
||Every time you hit the ball Wendy says, "Hokey Dinah!"