A hit is when the stick is swung, then strikes the ball with speed. There are four main kinds of hits: a straight drive, a sweep, a tomahawk, or a backhand. A straight drive uses a Golf- or cricket-style swing to strike the ball with the head on the forehand (to the right of the player). A sweep is when the player swings their stick almost horizontally and makes contact anywhere on the lower half of the stick. A tomahawk is a drive or sweep using the edge of the stick on either side (however it is illegal on the forehand). A backhand is a hit on the left of the player and requires the stick to be rotated over so the playing side or leading edge is used.
between pus pass and full hit. result chip hit
you hit the heavy ball in the goal
Sliding friction is shown in hockey when you hit the puck. The puck has friction against the ice (but there isn't much).
a short corner is taken on the back line in the D and has too be hit out of the D before it can be shot at goal, a long corner is taken from the sideline and has to move 5 metres before its hit into the D
Turf hockey is field hockey.
It means nothing in field hockey.
To my knowledge, there is no such thing as a slide in field hockey.
It is a mixture of field hockey's rules and lacrosses rules.
Click on the link to your right for the history of field hockey.