Spanish translation of 'hard-hit'
Example Sentences Including 'hard-hit'
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But the series is hard-hitting as well as being a beautiful watch.The Sun (2016)
Prepare to be shocked by this hard-hitting series, and to understand more about the women who murder.The Sun (2011)
That is what happens in this hard-hitting three-part series about homelessness.The Sun (2009)
The final episode of this hard-hitting series delves into little-known horrors behind history.The Sun (2008)
While it might be about matters of the heart, this hard-hitting documentary is much more sad than saucy.The Sun (2016)
It was a hard-hitting report in all but one respect.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
A hard-hitting advertising campaign will aim to make binge drinking socially unacceptable.The Sun (2007)
A hard-hitting report demands a nationwide crusade against violence in the home.The Sun (2008)
He pledged to mount a hard-hitting public information campaign on those risks, especially the dangers to mental health.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
His hard-hitting speech today will shock them into realising they have a mountain to climb.The Sun (2006)
THE Government has been clamping down on benefit cheats with a series of hard-hitting ads.The Sun (2008)
THE harsh realities of being a nurse in modern Britain are exposed in a hard-hitting new advertising campaign.The Sun (2012)
The hard-hitting drama about convicts is back for a new series and this time they are on the run.The Sun (2007)
Everything was lined up for a hard-hitting report last week.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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Used Occasionally. hard-hit is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translation of hard-hit from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary