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hook

verb
 
 
/hʊk/
[T] to fasten something with a hook, hang something on a hook, or catch something with a hook
çengel ile tutturmak, kancaya asmak, kanca/çengel ile yakalamak
Connecting and combiningVariety and mixturesMixing and mixtures
be/get hooked on sth B2 to like or start to like doing something very much and want to do it all the time
aşırı düşkün olmak, tiryakisi olmak
He's completely hooked on computer games.Taking pleasure in somethingAddictionDrug addiction
If you are hooked on a drug, you cannot stop taking it.
(uyuşturucu) müptelası/bağımlısı olmak
Drug addictionAddiction
hooked adjective shaped like a hook
çengel/kanca biçiminde/şeklinde
a hooked noseThe nose
(Definition of hook verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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