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English definition of “hooked”

hooked

adjective uk   /hʊkt/ us  

hooked adjective (CANNOT STOP)

B2 [after verb] informal enjoying something so much that you are unable to stop having it, watching it, doing it, etc.: I was hooked after two episodes.AddictionDrug addiction [after verb] informal unable to stop taking a drug: to be hooked on cocaineDrug addictionAddiction

hooked adjective (NOSE)

describes a nose that is large and curvedThe nose
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