jack*pot \ ˈjak-ˌpät \
  • the top prize in a game or contest (such as a lottery) that is typically a large fund of money formed by the accumulation of unwon prizes
  • a hand or game of draw poker in which a pair of jacks or better is required to open
  • a large pot (as in poker) formed by the accumulation of stakes from previous play


hit \ ˈhit \
before 12th century{ds|t|1|a|}
  • to reach with or as if with a sudden blow
  • to come in quick forceful contact with
  • to strike (something, such as a ball) with an object (such as a bat, club, or racket) so as to impart or redirect motion
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