Definition of 'hitch'
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Example sentences containing 'hitch'
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It's almost too much to take in when some mischievous monkeys try to hitch a ride with us. The Sun (2016)It's almost too much to take in when some mischievous monkeys try to hitch a ride with us. The Sun (2016)She hitched a ride home on his float. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Were you the keen one to get hitched? The Sun (2016)They think she hitched a lift after leaving the festival. Times, Sunday Times (2007)This was more than just a minor hitch. Times, Sunday Times (2009)But the big opportunity for investors is to hitch a ride with the new owners. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The tall one hitched up his trousers. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The police had to hitch lifts on fishing boats. Times, Sunday Times (2009)There had been a slight hitch before launch when the team had to repair a tear in the balloon. Times, Sunday Times (2016)But there was a slight hitch. Christianity Today (2000)Britain's challenge is to hitch a ride. Times, Sunday Times (2015)There is just one hitch: a referendum. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We're sorely tempted to hitch a lift back to the capital. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The one hitch could be a failure to sell your London property. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Hitch a lift to the ferry port in Dover and see what happens next. Times, Sunday Times (2013)There are sharks in a golf course lake and the exotic fish that hitched a ride to Washington. Times, Sunday Times (2014)But then he went back into English again and one realised that a technical hitch had caused a recording to run backwards. Times, Sunday Times (2016)During the first night, the action came to a standstill due to a technical hitch and the audience were given an unscheduled interval. The Times Literary Supplement (2012)A technical hitch, not a moral taint. The Descent of Mind - the how and why of intelligence (1990)The first and most public of Vancouver's own goals was the technical hitch at the opening ceremony. Times, Sunday Times (2010)But a minor hitch meant the deal could not be completed in time for the right-back to fly home to Holland last night. The Sun (2014)Some complained of logistical hitches and lengthy delays but the process appeared peaceful, although it was disrupted at some open-air voting centres by heavy downpours. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Moving over in my seat to make space for him next to me, I managed to hitch up my skirt a little. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
Synonyms of 'hitch'
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Translations for 'hitch'
British English: hitch /hɪtʃ/ NOUN
A hitch is a slight problem.
After some hitches the show finally started.
- American English: hitch
- Arabic: عَقَبَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: empecilho
- Chinese: 故障
- Croatian: zastoj
- Czech: zádrhel
- Danish: vanskelighed
- Dutch: tegenslag
- European Spanish: complicación problema
- Finnish: ongelma
- French: empêchement
- German: Haken Schwierigkeit
- Greek: πρόσκομμα
- Italian: inconveniente
- Japanese: 障害
- Korean: 장애
- Norwegian: problem hake
- Polish: komplikacja
- European Portuguese: empecilho
- Romanian: impediment
- Russian: препятствие
- Spanish: complicación
- Swedish: ryck
- Thai: การหยุดชะงัก
- Turkish: ufak sorun
- Ukrainian: перешкода
- Vietnamese: cản trở
Definition of hitch from the Collins English Dictionary
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