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hook

noun [C] uk   /hʊk/ us  

hook noun [C] (DEVICE)

B2 a curved device used for catching or holding things, especially one attached to a surface for hanging things on: a coat/picture hook a boat hook a fish hook
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hook noun [C] (HIT)

a way of hitting in boxing, cricket, or golf: a right/left hook a hook shot

hook

verb uk   /hʊk/ us  

hook verb (DEVICE)

[T] to fasten something with a hook, hang something on a hook, or catch something with a hook: He hooked the trailer (= joined it with a hook) to his car. How many salmon did you hook (= catch) this afternoon? She hooked the shoe (= lifted it with a hook) out of the water.

hook verb (HAVE SEX)

[I] US informal to have sex for money
Traducciones de “hook”
en coreano 갈고리…
en árabe خُطّاف…
en francés hameçon, crochet, agrafe…
en turco çengel, kanca…
en italiano gancio, uncino…
en chino (tradicionál) 裝置, 鉤子,掛鉤…
en ruso крючок…
en polaco hak, haczyk…
en español anzuelo, gancho…
en portugués gancho, anzol…
en alemán der Angelhaken, der Haken…
en catalán ganxo, ham…
en japonés フック, 鉤(かぎ)…
en chino (simplificado) 装置, 钩子,挂钩…
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