hit (someone) in (something)

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hit (someone) in (something)

To strike a particular part of someone's body. I'm so sorry, I didn't mean for that pitch to hit you in the head! Oh man, his opponent just hit him right in the mouth!
See also: hit

hit someone in something

to strike someone on a particular part of the body. She hit him in the face by accident. Watch out or you'll hit yourself in the arm with the hammer.
See also: hit