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Get hit

Go lower in price, when bids in the stock or market are hit, causing those bids to vanish and be replaced by lower ones. Come in. Antithesis of on the take.
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Get Hit

Informal; to decline in price or to lose on an investment. Stocks can get hit for any number of reasons, whether technical or fundamental.
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Councils have been told to put up taxes if they need to, from taxing car parking and homes; this country is getting hit with more tax than ever before.
"As I said, you do not like getting hit on the head.
Despite the certainty of an asteroid impact, Remy believes that Earth is not in danger of getting hit by planet-killer space rocks or those that are more than a kilometer in length.
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It was the third straight start Hamels went at least 7 innings and didn't allow an earned run, but his performance was overshadowed by tensions between the teams that likely contributed to four batters getting hit by pitches.
The second incident occurred in Adlaka village of tehsil Talagang where a labourer was killed and two other persons were injured after getting hit by a lightning.
In fact, three youngsters died in India recently, after getting hit by a train while taking selfies on the railway tracks.
Several of the photos were posted by one of the tourists on Instagram on May 27, 2018 with a caption that read, 'Climbing up here is really scary, for fear of getting caught and being slapped with fines on one hand, and getting hit by trains on the other,' CNA reported.
DONCASTER boss Grant McCann's parents will be cheering on the FA Cup underdogs against Palace today - despite his mother getting hit by a bottle after Ben Whiteman scored a last-minute winner over Oldham in the previous round.
He also suffered a cut after getting hit on the head early in the fourth quarter.
It wasn't long after that the entire tech sector, and then US markets, were getting hit hard.
"You start gaining speed and as soon as you start taking off, all of a sudden the plane starts struggling and it's getting hit with hail," said Mr Herrera, who was visiting the city of Durango for the baptism of his cousin's baby.