Synonyms of hitch in English:

hitch


See definition of hitch

verb

1‘she hitched the blanket around her’

SYNONYMS
pull, jerk, hike, lift, raise
informal yank

2‘Thomas hitched the pony to his cart’

SYNONYMS
harness, yoke, couple, fasten, connect, attach, tie, tether, bind
ANTONYMS

unhitch

3‘they hitched there and back’

SYNONYMS
hitch-hike
informal thumb a lift, hitch a lift

noun

1‘everything went without a hitch’

SYNONYMS
problem, difficulty, issue, snag, setback, catch, hindrance, obstacle, obstruction, complication, impediment, barrier, stumbling block, block, trouble
hold-up, interruption, delay, check, stoppage
informal headache, glitch, hiccup
British informal spanner in the works
North American informal monkey wrench in the works

Phrases

    get hitched

    ‘she got hitched last August to Rob, her boyfriend of two years’


    SYNONYMS
    informal

    marry, get married, wed, become man and wife, pledge one's troth, plight one's troth

    informal

    tie the knot, walk down the aisle, take the plunge, get spliced, get yoked, say ‘I do’

    archaic

    become espoused