English version

hit-and-run

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Crime, Motor vehicles
hit-and-runˌhit-and-ˈrun adjective [only before noun]  SCCTTCa hit-and-run accident is one in which a car driver hits someone and does not stop to helphit-and-run driver
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hit-and-runEach has a Breda Bofors gun and an Aloutte 3 helicopter; both possess the range for hit-and-run raids to the Falklands.Last night police appealed for help to catch the hit-and-run riders.It has generally been much more effective in forming the musical sensibilities of clergy than hit-and-run visits to theological colleges.
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