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hit



informally, a significant securities loss or a development having a major impact on corporate profits, such as a largewrite-off. Term is also used in the opposite sense to describe an investing success, similar to a "hit" in show business.


Dictionary of Computer and Internet Terms
hit

something found by a searching. For instance, if you search the Web for instances of the word "aardvark" and find 250 of them, you've found 250 hits. on the World Wide Web, an instance of someone elsewhere calling up the web page and viewing it. The popularity of a web site is measured in hits per day.


Dictionary of Business Terms
hit

something successful. A product may be a hit with customers- an employee may make a hit with the boss. a visit to aweb page. Manyweb siteshave hit counters to keep track of the number of times a page is accessed.


Dictionary of Marketing Terms
hit
See alsomatch
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Dictionary of Marketing Terms
match

record on a file that duplicates another record according to the matching logic being used- also called hit.



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