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no–hit

play
adjective \ˌnō-ˈhit\

Definition of no–hit

  1. :  of, relating to, or being a baseball game or a part of a game in which a pitcher allows the opposition no base hits

1898

First Known Use of no–hit

1898


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no–hit

verb

Definition of no–hit

  1. transitive verb
  2. :  to give up no base hits to no–hit them for five innings

1962

First Known Use of no–hit

1962


NO–HIT Defined for English Language Learners

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no–hit

play
adjective \ˌnō-ˈhit\

Definition of no–hit for English Language Learners

  • baseball —used to describe a game or inning in which a pitcher does not allow the batters from the other team to get a base hit

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