Can I also use “hit” like, “hit him with some scandal” or “hit me with some suggestion”?
To 'hit with (something)' means to "share information with someone". A noun or pronoun is usually used between "hit" and "with." For the first example, you can say "(She/He/I) hit him with the news of the scandal". The second example sounds a little awkward, so I suggest saying, "(OK,) hit me with it—what's your suggestion?" instead.
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