See also: hit-up and hitüp

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hit up (third-person singular simple present hits up, present participle hitting up, simple past and past participle hit up)

  1. (transitive, informal) To contact someone, especially with a definite purpose.
    Synonyms: touch base, chat up
    Why not hit him up for some assistance on the rebuilding project?
  2. (transitive, intransitive, informal) To take (an intoxicating drug).

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hit up (plural hit ups)

  1. (rugby) The act of taking a pass from the dummy half and running straight into the opposition's defensive line without looking to pass.

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