Hit the books idiom meaning:
— I hit the books all week so now it's time to take a break.
— My friend never hits the books, even at exam time. He just listens very careful in class and gets great grades.
— I can confirm my roommates hits the books from 5:00-8:00 am every morning but pretends she's naturally smart and never studies.
— If you don't hit the books, I'm going to take away your phone and disconnect the Wi-Fi.
— Shall we hit the books tonight at the library or study in the lounge?
— You've been slacking all semester. Perhaps you should finally hit the books?
— I never go to the library the week before exams. Everyone hits the books there and it's so noisy.
— None of our children have ever really hit the books. It's therefore not surprising none of them were interested in going to college.
— If you just hit the books for two hours a day during the semester, exams would be fairly easy.
— Since my girlfriend seriously hits the books, my grades have naturally gotten better because I'm more focused too.
— It's really hard to hit the books when it's so beautiful outside. I hope it rains tomorrow.
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