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Spanish translation of “hook”

hook

verb
to fasten or to be fastened by a hook or hooks
enganchar
He hooked the ladder on (to the branch) This bit hooks on to that bit Could you hook my dress up down the back?
in golf, to hit (the ball) far to the left of where it should be (or to the right if one is left-handed).
golpe con efecto a la izquierda
(Definition of hook from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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