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Definition of hit paydirt

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Other terms relating to 'hit':

Definitions include: something popular but lacking in substance.
Definitions include: extremely ugly
Definitions include: messy, trashy, or dilapidated.
Definitions include: see home run.
Definitions include: to rob somebody or win a large amount of money gambling.
Definitions include: see touchdown.
Definitions include: to be at one's lowest point in life.
Definitions include: to travel on the highway or interstate.
Definitions include: to have sex.
Definitions include: to have sex with a person and then stop seeing that person.
Definitions include: to get along well.
Definitions include: Having unprotected sex.
Definitions include: it refers to a music, drinking, smoking or anything you can do.
Definitions include: a list of people to murder / assassinate.
Definitions include: to attempt to attract verbally; "flirt with".

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