Translation: from spanish

without a hitch

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  • without a hitch — If something happens without a hitch, nothing at all goes wrong …   The small dictionary of idiomes

  • without a hitch — without a problem, smooth sailing    Except for one flat tire, the trip went without a hitch …   English idioms

  • without a hitch —    If something happens without a hitch, nothing at all goes wrong.   (Dorking School Dictionary)    ***    If something happens without a hitch, it takes place exactly as planned, without any difficulties.     The ceremony went off without a… …   English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

  • without a hitch — mod. with no problem(s). □ Everything went off without a hitch. □ e hoped the job would go off without a hitch …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • hitch — Ⅰ. hitch UK US /hɪtʃ/ noun [C] ► a difficulty, usually one that is unexpected: a legal/technical hitch »The airline has been plagued by technical hitches and staff shortages. »The steady ascent of the company s profits continued without a hitch… …   Financial and business terms

  • hitch — [hich] vi. [ME hicchen, to move jerkily < ?] 1. to move jerkily; walk haltingly; limp; hobble 2. to become fastened or caught, as by becoming entangled or hooking on to something 3. to strike the feet together in moving: said of a horse ☆ 4.… …   English World dictionary

  • hitch — I n. (colloq.) obstacle stoppage 1) a slight hitch 2) a hitch in (there s been a slight hitch in our plans) 3) without a hitch (it went off without a hitch) period of military service (esp. AE) 4) to do a hitch 5) to sign up for another hitch II …   Combinatory dictionary

  • hitch — hitch1 [hıtʃ] v 1.) [I and T] informal to get free rides from the drivers of passing cars by standing at the side of the road and putting a hand out with the thumb raised = ↑hitchhike hitch across/around/to ▪ He plans to hitch right round the… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • hitch — I UK [hɪtʃ] / US verb Word forms hitch : present tense I/you/we/they hitch he/she/it hitches present participle hitching past tense hitched past participle hitched 1) [intransitive/transitive] informal to travel by asking other people to take you …   English dictionary

  • hitch — hitch1 [ hıtʃ ] verb 1. ) intransitive or transitive INFORMAL to travel by asking other people to take you in their car, by standing on the side of a road and holding out your thumb or a sign: We managed to hitch a ride to Abilene with a truck… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • hitch — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun ADJECTIVE ▪ slight ▪ last minute (esp. BrE) ▪ There are always a few last minute hitches at the dress rehearsal. ▪ legal (BrE), technical …   Collocations dictionary


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