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Turkish translation of “hook”

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hook

noun
 
 
/hʊk/
B2 [C] a curved piece of metal or plastic used for hanging something on, or a similar object used for catching fish
çengel, kanca
His coat was hanging from a hook on the door.Pins, clips, hooks and pegs
off the hook If a telephone is off the hook, the part you speak into is not in its correct position, so the telephone will not ring.
(telefon ahizesi) kaldırılmış, açık, yerinden çıkmış, fişi çıkmış
Communicating by telephone
a left/right hook when you hit someone hard with your left/right hand
sağ/sol elle darbe vurma
Fighting sportsHitting and beatingPunishing by causing pain
Translations of “hook”
in Korean 갈고리…
in Arabic خُطّاف…
in French hameçon, crochet, agrafe…
in Italian gancio, uncino…
in Chinese (Traditional) 裝置, 鉤子,掛鉤…
in Russian крючок…
in Polish hak, haczyk…
in Spanish anzuelo, gancho…
in Portuguese gancho, anzol…
in German der Angelhaken, der Haken…
in Catalan ganxo, ham…
in Japanese フック, 鉤(かぎ)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 装置, 钩子,挂钩…
(Definition of hook noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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