hit the sack

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hit the sack

  1. (idiomatic) To go to bed.
    • 1953, "New Army, Familiar Scenes" (photo essay), New York Times, 18 Jan., p. SM45 (caption):
      K.P. Arches—Like a housewife who spends a day on the range, a soldier gets tired feet and is eager to hit the sack.


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