hit the rock

hit the rock

1. To touch another person's fist with one's own in a display of celebration, solidarity, or friendship, or to solidify a deal or arrangement; to "fist-bump." Primarily heard in US. Hey man, how you been? Come here and hit the rock! The two hit the rock and sealed the deal.
2. To freebase crack cocaine. Primarily heard in US. It was when I found myself hitting the rock for five or six days straight that I decided to get professional help.
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She said: "I was on the ship and heard the crack when it hit the rock at about 10.
Katrina said: "I heard the crack when the ship hit the rock at about 10.
Instead, the car hit the rock and pictures showed it hanging at a precarious angle.
Llorente said the helicopter went out of control and crashed about 100 yards from where the blade first hit the rock.
EVEN the most ardent fan probably only plays Uprising from their 2009 album The Resistance, and wishes the trio would stop noodling about and hit the rock button like on 2006's Black Holes and Revelations.
In the latest incident, mechanic Sion Jones, 22, was driving home from work on a straight stretch of the road when his Volkswagen Golf hit the rock - the size of "two bricks" - opposite Pont Plas Newydd, near Glynllifon, at about 6.
The car hit the rock wall of a deep gully twice before getting caught in the branches of a tree on the canyon floor.
The Fair Winds hit the rock an hour before high tide and, when the lifeboats were about half way there, she floated free and headed back for Holy Island.
He added, "Our boat has not hit the rock, but our alliance is rocking.
The couple's marriage hit the rocks after Daniel, seven, disappeared after being seen playing near the River Yare in May.
Now her marriage has hit the rocks, she is just as open and straightforward.
Only one person was voted off the ship before it hit the rocks.
ANOTHER short-lived Hollywood marriage has hit the rocks.
PRINCE Charles was "suicidal" as his marriage to Princess Diana hit the rocks, according to the top lawyer hired to advise him on the separation.
She has been the company secretary of other health firms and, not surprisingly, two of them have hit the rocks.