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"hook up" in British English

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hook up

phrasal verb with hook uk   us   /hʊk/ verb
informal to ​meet or ​begin to ​work with another ​person or other ​people: He ​hooked up with the other ​members of the ​band in Amsterdam. informal to ​begin a ​romantic or ​sexualrelationship with someone: When did you two first ​hook up?
(Definition of hook up from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"hook up" in American English

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hook up

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

hook up (MEET)

to ​meet with someone, or to ​begin a ​relationship, esp. for a ​particularpurpose: Give me a ​call if you'd like to hook up for ​lunchsometime. The ​program is really an ​opportunity for ​collegekids to hook up and get to ​know each other.
(Definition of hook up from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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