hit up

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hit me up

slang Contact me. I gave that cute boy my number and told him to hit me up sometime.
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hit up

1. slang To go to a particular place. Let's hit up the mall—I'm sure we can find a present for her there.
2. slang To contact someone or something. In this usage, a noun or pronoun can be used between "hit" and "up." Hit me up whenever you need help.
3. slang To ask someone for something, usually money. In this usage, a noun or pronoun can be used between "hit" and "up." Stop hitting me up for money when you already owe me $500!
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hit someone up (for something)

to ask someone for a loan of money or for some other favor. The tramp hit up each tourist for a dollar. My brother hit up Harry for a couple of hundred bucks.
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hit up

v. Slang
1. To ask someone for something, especially for money: My friend tried to hit me up for a loan. I hit up my roommate for some extra cash.
2. To pay a casual visit to some place: I plan to hit up a few clubs while I'm in the city.
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