Hit The Sack – American English Idiom One Point Lesson

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Hit The Sack
In the old days, a pillow was made with a sack (a large back) stuffed with something soft, like straw. So the idiom hit the sack means to go to bed.

  • I hit the sack at around ten o’clock last night.
  • Jane has small children, so she hits the sack early.
  • My mom hit the sack at 8:00pm.

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