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English definition of “hook up”

hook up

infml
verb [T] phrasal verb with hook  /hʊk/ us  

(MEET)

to meet with someone, or to begin a relationship, esp. for a particular purpose: Give me a call if you'd like to hook up for lunch sometime. The program is really an opportunity for college kids to hook up and get to know each other.
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