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be hard hit (by something)

To be adversely affected (by something) to a great degree; to suffer financial losses (as the result of something). More...

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be hard hit (by something) — To be adversely affected (by something) to a great degree; to suffer financial losses (as the result of something).
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Be hard hit


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To be hard hit by something means to be affected very severely by it.
California's been particularly hard hit by the recession.
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