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Do they have the same meaning? If not when to use each of them.

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  • how about, "do you ever take a hit"? – user3306356 Nov 16 '14 at 14:41
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    You might get better and more detailed answers to this question if you asked it on ELL. – Dan Bron Nov 16 '14 at 14:59
  • This is a duplicate. – tchrist Nov 18 '14 at 3:10
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Without context it's difficult to guess what you mean by "hit". It could mean to get physically hit by another person but it could also be a slang word for unwanted sexual attention, use of drugs, etc. Anyway...

Do you ever get hit when you approach women like that? I presume you've approached women that way several times and want to know if anytime, anywhere, you got hit.

Have you ever got hit for approaching a woman like that? I don't presume it is a habitual action of yours to approach women like that and only want to know if you ever got hit.

  • You think a guy with those habits would eventually develop some hit-gotten brains and try a different approach. – tchrist Nov 16 '14 at 14:55

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