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get your hooks into sb/sth

to get control or influence over someone or something: This product has really got its hooks into the American market.
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Translations of “get your hooks into sb/sth”
in Chinese (Simplified) 获得对…的掌控, 对…产生影响…
in Chinese (Traditional) 獲得對…的掌控, 對…產生影響…
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