Home-run meaning

A hit that allows the batter to make a complete circuit of the diamond and score a run.
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A base hit that allows the batter to touch all bases and score a run.
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A cable that begins at a central distribution point, such as a hub or PBX, and runs to its destination station without connecting to anything else. Home runs are used in star topologies.
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An inside cable and wire star configuration in which each telephone or data jack connects directly to a common point, such as a demarcation point (demarc), wiring closet, or key service unit (KSU). The alternative is a shared loop that connects multiple jacks to one or two pairs that connect to the demarc or KSU. See also daisy chain and loop.
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​(baseball) A four-base hit, a homer.

The first baseman hit a home run to lead off the ninth.

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(idiomatic) The portion of a journey that ends at home.

I'm on the home run.

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(idiomatic) A success; especially, a popular success.

The product was a home run.

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(idiomatic) Sexual intercourse.
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