I came across the following dialogue in an American TV show, called Younger.
I am not sure what Could we ever bridge this bitter rivalry? means. I guess can we unite this bitter competition but my Chinese subtitle meant let's have a fight. Am I misunderstanding this?
Also, I got a hit means hi or someone looks for Diana on match.com?
Context: Diana is a director of a publishing house. Liza is an assistant of Diana.
Diana: I got a hit. Look. [Diana is looking on match.com]
Liza: [gasps] Ooh, he's handsome.
Diana: And he's a tenured professor at Columbia Medical School. He likes rock climbing; his Australian shepherd, Ben; and Sundays at The Frick.
Liza: You love The Frick.
Diana: I love The Frick. He writes, "I see from your profile that you are a member of the East Side Chamber Music Society. I am a member of the West Side Chamber Music Society. Could we ever bridge this bitter rivalry?"
Diana: Stop cheerleading and help me. What should I write back?
Liza: How about, "Some rivalries are fated."