Definition of hit off
: to characterize precisely and usually satirically in a brilliant metaphor … hits himself off with terrible accuracy — V. S. Pritchett really hits off the contours and hierarchies of an English village with an amusing slyness — H. J. Laski; broadly : imitate hits off an old turkey-gobbler to perfection
: to be in harmony or agreement : accord soft shade that will hit off with anything his late arrival hit off perfectly with our plan
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