To hit off

to describe with quick characteristic strokes; as, to hit off a speaker.

See also: Hit

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The Salt Lake City pro used to hit off a strip of carpet in his garage, but yesterday finished on four under par at Troon.
Aguero's wife Giannina had asked Tejeda to perform a private concert to cheer up Diego after his mum died but the 52-year-old footie legend failed to hit off with her.
ISLAMABAD, June 03, 2010 (Balochistan Times): As the Tropical Cyclone PHAT is likely to hit off Makran Coast and Karachi on Sunday, Pakistan Navy has executed Operation Madad in full swing, under the special instruction of Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral Noman Bashir, and placed all of its assets and resources on high alert to provide all necessary assistance against the up coming cyclone.
Left-arm finger-spinner Rafique bowled Sinclair with the total on 49 when the ball turned sharply to hit off stump.
Only Robbie Marshall of Bangor (30) and Nick Ellis (19) together with Cerwyn Williams of Bethesda (16) got going with the bat leaving formidable Denbighshire to hit off 100-5 in the 41st over.