make a hit with (someone)(redirected from make a hit with you)
make a hit with (someone)
To make a very good impression with someone; to be very well liked by someone or some group. You really made a big hit with m friends—they can't stop gushing about you. Apparently my prime rib roast made a hit with Janet's boss. The announcement that they were entering the mobile phone market made a hit with investors.
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make a hit with someone
to please someone; to impress someone. The dessert you served really made a hit with the guests. Her talk made a hit with the audience.
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be/make a (big, etc.) ˈhit with somebodybe liked very much by somebody when they first meet you: You’ve made quite a hit with my mother. She really likes you. ♢ The new teacher is a big hit with all the students as well as the other members of staff.
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