- hit you like a ton of bricks
- (hit (you)) like a ton of bricks
to shock you so much that you do not know how to react.
The death of her father hit her like a ton of bricks.
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hit like a ton of bricks — (hit (you)) like a ton of bricks to shock you so much that you do not know how to react. The death of her father hit her like a ton of bricks … New idioms dictionary
like a ton of bricks — (hit (you)) like a ton of bricks to shock you so much that you do not know how to react. The death of her father hit her like a ton of bricks … New idioms dictionary
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