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hitch

noun

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1 a danger or difficulty that is hidden or not easily recognized
  • There are always a few hitches when you launch a system as complex as this one.
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2 a fixed period of time during which a person holds a job or position
  • Bill signed on for a three-year hitch in the army.
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hitch

verb

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1 to move or cause to move with a sharp quick motion
  • The boy kept hitching up his pants because they were too big in the waist.
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2 to put or bring together so as to form a new and longer whole
  • She escaped out the window by using a makeshift rope of bedsheets and clothing she'd hitched together.
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3 to put securely in place or in a desired position
  • hitched the trailer to the back of the car
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4 to travel by securing free rides
  • He hitched across the country after he graduated from college.
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