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hit-out British & World English

An instance of hitting the ball towards a teammate after it has been bounced by the umpire or at a boundary throw-in

hit British & World English

Bring one’s hand or a tool or weapon into contact with (someone or something) quickly and forcefully

outhit British & World English

Surpass (someone) in hitting; hit a higher score than

hit out at in hit English Thesaurus

he hit out at the government's lack of action