hit it

vb
to have sex. In this sense, the term was used among aficionados of London dancefloor culture in the 1990s. It is probably based on the notion of 'scoring a hit' or of 'hitting it off'.
► 'When they all got together afterwards, I'm sure Max thought he was going to hit it with Lisa.' (Recorded, club habitue, London, April 1996)

Contemporary slang . 2014.

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