To become entangled or caught; to be linked or yoked; to unite; to cling.
- To fasten or catch temporarily with or as if with a loop, hook, or noose.
- To connect or attach, as to a vehicle: hitched the horses to the sleigh.
- To move or raise by pulling or jerking: hitch up one's suspenders.
- Informal To hitchhike: hitched a ride to the rally.
- Slang To marry: They got hitched last month.
- To move haltingly; hobble.
- To become entangled, snarled, or fastened.
- Informal To hitchhike.
- Any of various knots used as a temporary fastening.
- A device used to connect one thing to another.
- A short jerking motion; a tug.
- A hobble or limp.
- An impediment or a delay: a hitch in our plans.
- A term of service, especially of military service.
- Informal A free ride obtained along a road.