hook

listen to the pronunciation of hook
الإنجليزية - التركية
çengel

Tom çengele bir solucan taktı. - Tom put a worm on the hook.

kanca

Tom kancayı balığın ağzından çıkardı. - Tom took the hook out of the fish's mouth.

Bir balıkçı onu bir kancaya taktığı zaman, bir solucan sessizce çığlık atar mı? - Does a worm scream silently when a fisherman impales it on a hook?

{f} kroşe vurmak
{f} aşırmak
kancalamak
(İnşaat) bükme
kavis
(Denizbilim) iğne

Tom olta iğnesine yem koydu. - Tom put bait on the hook.

Halk olta iğnesi, olta ve olta kurşunu aldı, değil mi? - The public bought it hook, line and sinker, didn't they?

askı

O, ceketini bir askıya astı. - He hung his coat on a hook.

Tom kapıya yakın askılardan birine ceketini astı. - Tom hung his coat on one of the hooks near the door.

asılmak
orak
olta iğnesi

Tom olta iğnesine yem koydu. - Tom put bait on the hook.

Halk olta iğnesi, olta ve olta kurşunu aldı, değil mi? - The public bought it hook, line and sinker, didn't they?

kopça
çengellemek
olta ile tutmak
(boks) dirsek
asmak
{f} kancayla yakala
hookandladder company itfaiye teşkilatı
{i} parmak
{i} kroşe

Tyson bir sol kroşe ile yumruk izledi. - Tyson followed up the jab with a left hook.

{f} olta ile (balık) tutmak
olduğu gibi
{f} kancayı takmak
{f} takmak
{i} tuzak
dili tamamen
{i} kıvrım
akarsuyun çengel şeklinde kıvrılan kısmı
{f} çalmak
{f} yakalamak
{i} dönemeç
He swallowed my story
(Askeri) Bir radar işaretinden veya bip'inden belirli bir işlem yapmak üzere yarı otomatik bir kontrol sisteminin veri işlem teçhizatını elektronik olarak hava kontrolör tarafından yönlendirmekte kullanılan bir yöntem
{f} çengelle tutmak
{f} çengel ile yakalamak, tutmak, çekmek, bağlamak
{f} çengel şekline
{f} takılmak
(Tıp) Çekme veya tutma için kullanılan kancalı bir alet
hook and eye erkek ve dişi kopça
{f} bükmek
(Tekstil) erkek kopça
agraf
komut ekleme
hook up
kancayla bağlamak
hook on
aşık olmuş
hook and eye
(Tekstil) agraf
hook blade
(Tekstil) tırtıklı bıçak
hook blade
(Tekstil) testere bıçak
hook echo
(Meteoroloji) olta şekilli yansı
hook gate
kanca kapak
hook it
(Konuşma Dili) tabanları yağlamak
hook pin
kanca pernosu
hook screw
kancalı vida
hook shot
(Spor) hukşat
hook shot
(Spor) çengel atışı
hook shut
(Spor) çengel atış
hook spanner
eğri kollu anahtar
hook spanner
s-anahtar
hook spanner
çengel anahtar
hook speed
vinç kaldırma hızı
hook speed
kanca hızı
hook strip
askılık pervazı
hook switch
(Bilgisayar) askı anahtarı
hook swivel
döner kanca
hook swivel
fırdöndü kanca
hook type
(Bilgisayar) kanca türü
hook up
kancalamak
hook up
kancayla tutturmak
hook up with
ile evlenmek
hook address
çengel adres
hook and but joint
kurtağzı geçme
hook and eye
kanca ve gözü
hook and eye
erkek ve dişi kopça
hook and eye
kopça
hook and eye hinge
çengelli menteşe
hook bolt
kancalı cıvata
hook bolt
çengelli cıvata
hook bolt
çengelli civata
hook knife
bahçıvan çakısı
hook up
bağla
hook up
kancaya bağlamak
hook up
birleştirmek
hook wrench
eğri civata anahtarı
hook-and-eye hinge
çengelli menteşe
hook-nosed
gaga burunlu
hook & eye
Agraf
hook & eye
Kopça
hook and loop
Cırtcırt
hook and loop fastener
Cırtcırt
hook on
alışkanlığı birakamamak, bağımlı hale gelmek, tutku, become unable to stop doing something
hook up
ilişki kurmak
hook up
bağlantısını yapmak
hook up
askıya aşmak
hook up with
(deyim) ile beraber dolaşmak/takılmak. "İn Calgary, İ hooked up with a guy from Montreal."
hook up with sb.
sb ile bağlamak
hook up with somebody
biriyle ilişki kurmak
hook ups
kanca ups
hook-shank tap
kanca sap dokunun
hook-up
Kısa süreli ilişki
hook-ups
kanca-ups
hook a husband
koca bulmak
hook and ladder
itfaiye
hook bolt
tespit kancası
hook it
tüymek
hook it
kaçmak
hook knife
bağcı çakısı
hook knife
eğri çakı
hook line and sinker
(deyim) hook,line and sinker( genellikle swallow/fall or sth. ...) tamamen ,oldugu gibi
hook nose
gaga burun
hook nosed
kanca burunlu
hook on
kapılmış
hook up
bağlamak
hook up
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- çengellemek 2- bağlamak , birleştirmek
hook up with
takılmak
hook wrench
eğri cıvata anahtarı
hook, line and sinker
{k} tamamen, olduğu gibi: He swallowed my story hook, line and sinker. Masalımı olduğu gibi yuttu
hose hook
hortum kavisi
hook on
bağlamak
be off the hook
(Konuşma Dili) ferahlamak
hook on
kancalamak
hook on
kanca ile yakalamak
hooked
argo müptela
snap hook
yaylı kanca
baby hook
(Spor) yarım çengel atışı
be on the hook
(deyim) zor duruma düşmek
coat hook
kanca
coat hook
çengel
fish hook
(Denizbilim) balık oltası
five pointed fishing hook
çarpma
guide hook
(Otomotiv) kılavuz çengeli
hook up with
evlenmek
hooked
çengel şeklindeki
hooked
çengelsi
hooks
kancalar
off the hook
(deyim) ferahlamış
on hook
(Bilgisayar) kapalı
on my own hook
kendi başıma
rubber hook
lastik dirsek
shell copy hook
(Bilgisayar) kabuk kopyalama çengeli
towing hook
çekme kancası
wall hook
(İnşaat) duvar kancası
be off the hook
sıkıntıdan kurtulmak
be off the hook
belayı atlatmak
boat hook
çengelli uzun sırık
by hook or by crook
allem edip kallem edip
cant hook
uzun saplı kanca
ceiling hook
tavan kancası
chain hook
salyafora kancası
crane hook
vinç kancası
crochet hook
tığ
crochet hook
dantel tığı
drag hook
çekme kancası
fall for sth hook
üç kâğıda gelmek
fish with a hook
olta iğnesi ile balık avla
fishing hook
olta iğnesi
get sb off the hook
beladan kurtarmak
grappling hook
borda kancası
hooked
çengel biçiminde
hooked
çengel
hooked
hasta
hooked
(uyuşturucuya) müptela
hooked
{f} kancayla yakala
hooked
(neyese) düşkün
hooked
tutkun
hooked
meraklı
off hook
telefonun açık konumu
on his own hook
kendi başına
on hook
telefonun kapalı konumu
screw hook
vidalı kanca
spring hook
sustalı kanca
swivel hook
döner kanca
tow hook
çeki kancası
Tricyrtis hirta hook
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Japon zambağı
bill-hook
bill-kanca
butcher's hook
Kafiyeli argoda 'look' (bakış) kelimesinin kafiyesi
emotional hook
Duygusal bağ, duygusal bağlantı
fall for sth hook, line and sinker
üç kâğıda gelmek
flesh hook
et kancası
j hook
J şeklinde kanca
kranging hook
kanca kranging
let off the hook
kanca salmak
off hook
paçayı sıyırmış
off the hook
Paçayı sıyırmış, zor durumdan kurtulmuş
sister hook
çifte kanca
snap hook
snap kanca
swallow s.t. hook, line, and sinker
k. dili bir yalanı tamamen yutmak, bir yalana tamamen inanmak
to fall for sb. hook, line and sinker
sb için düşmek. kanca, çizgi ve kalıpçısı
to hook into
çengel içine
user hook
kullanıcı oltası
hook it
sıvışmak
hooked
bağlı/çengelli
hooked
bağlı
hooked
bağımlı

Tom sigara bağımlısı. - Tom's hooked on cigarettes.

hooked
argo evlenmiş
hooked
{s} kanca gibi
hooked
bağlanmış
hooked
çengelli
hooked
hook as/bağla/çengel at
hooked
hooked rug tığ ile örülmüş halı
hooked
{s} kancalı
hooked
mukayyet
hooking
(Spor) golfte sola kavis yapan vuruş
التركية - التركية
Bowling'de bir atış
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Removal or expulsion from a group or activity

He is not handling this job, so we're giving him the hook.

A jack (the playing card)
A feature, definition, or coding that enables future enhancements to happen compatibly or more easily

We've added user-defined codepoints in several places and careful definitions of what to do with unknown message types as hooks in the standard to enable implementations to be both backward and forward compatible to future versions of the standard.

Any of various hook-shaped agricultural implements such as a billhook
A brief, punchy opening statement intended to draw the reader or viewer into a book or play
A loop shaped like a hook under certain written letters, e.g. g and j
A rod bent into a curved shape, typically with one end free and the other end secured to a rope or other attachment
To attach a hook to

Hook the bag here, and the conveyor will carry it away.

To make addicted; to captivate

I watched one episode of that TV series and now I'm hooked.

To engage in prostitution

I had a cheap flat in the bad part of town, and I could watch the working girls hooking from my bedroom window.

A type of shot played by swinging the bat in a horizontal arc, hitting the ball high in the air to the leg side, often played to balls which bounce around head height
A basketball shot in which the offensive player, usually turned perpendicular to the basket, gently throws the ball with a sweeping motion of his arm in an upward arc with a follow-through which ends over his head. Also called hook shot
To catch with a hook (hook a fish)

He hooked a snake accidentally, and was so scared he dropped his rod into the water.

To swerve a ball; kick a ball so it swerves or bends
To engage in the illegal maneuver of hooking (i.e., using the hockey stick to trip or block another player)

The opposing team's forward hooked me, but the referee didn't see it, so no penalty.

To ensnare someone, as if with a hook

A free trial is a good way to hook customers.

To connect (hook into, hook together)

If you hook your network cable into the jack, you'll be on the network.

A fishhook, a barbed metal hook used for fishing
To play a hook shot
A curveball

He threw a hook in the dirt.

A catchy musical phrase which forms the basis of a popular song

The song's hook snared me.

A golf shot that (for the right-handed player) curves unintentionally to the left. See draw, slice, fade
A type of punch delivered with the arm rigid and partially bent and the fist travelling nearly horizontally mesially along an arc

The heavyweight delivered a few powerful hooks that staggered his opponent.

{n} a bent piece of iron snare, trap
{v} to fix on a hook, bend, catch, draw
fasten with a hook
Faulty stoke when the ball curves to the left for right-handed players and right for left-handed players
A spit that curves sharply at its coastal end
a sharp curve or crook; a shape resembling a hook
  Term used to describe making a turn from the flank and across the head
If you hook one thing to another, you attach it there using a hook. If something hooks somewhere, it can be hooked there. Paul hooked his tractor to the car and pulled it to safety. one of those can openers that hooked onto the wall
To move or go with a sudden turn; to make off; to clear out; often with it
a basketball shot made over the head with the hand that is farther from the basket
secure with the foot; "hook the ball"
To bend; to curve as a hook
to cause (someone or oneself) to become dependent (on something, especially a narcotic drug)
the curved trajectory of a ball due to spin imparted on it by a kicker, such as in a banana kick
A field sown two years in succession
hit a ball and put a spin on it so that it travels to the left take by theft; "Someone snitched my wallet!
a short swinging punch delivered from the side with the elbow bent a golf shot that curves to the left for a right-handed golfer; "he tooks lessons to cure his hooking"
hook up: To meet
If you hook a fish, you catch it with a hook on the end of a line. At the first cast I hooked a huge fish
A player may spoil an opponent player's shot by putting their mallet in the way of the striking player However, a cross hook is a foul
When the rear end of the vehicle has a tendency to kick out when turning with the throttle on Sometimes known as over steer
To make addicted (Im hooked)
{f} secure, fasten, hang, attach; bend; capture; ensnare, addict; catch a fish; be caught; be attached; pull loops of yarn through cloth with a hook; steal (Slang); punch with the elbow bent (Boxing)
A hook is a bent piece of metal or plastic that is used for catching or holding things, or for hanging things up. One of his jackets hung from a hook. curtain hooks
A ball that breaks to the left for right-handers and to the right for lefties
A radar reflectivity pattern characterized by a hook-shaped extension of a thunderstorm echo, usually in the right-rear part of the storm (relative to its direction of motion) A hook often is associated with a mesocyclone, and indicates favorable conditions for tornado development
rip off; ask an unreasonable price
A spit or narrow cape of sand or gravel turned landward at the outer end; as, Sandy Hook
make off with belongings of others
a shot that travels from right to left (right-handed player) - more severe than a draw Example: He sliced his tee shot and hooked his approach
A hook is a list of functions to be called on specific occasions, such as saving a buffer in a file, major mode activation, etc By customizing the various hooks, you can modify Emacs's behavior without changing any of its code See section AD 2 3 Hooks
(or Hook Echo) a radar reflectivity pattern characterized by a hook- or crescent-shaped extension of a thunderstorm echo, usually in the right-rear part of the storm (relative to its direction of motion) A hook often is associated with a mesocyclone, and indicates favorable conditions for tornado development
by hook or by crook: see crook hook, line, and sinker: see sinker
(or Hook Echo) - A radar reflectivity pattern characterized by a hook-shaped extension of a thunderstorm echo, usually in the right-rear part of the storm (relative to its direction of motion) A hook often is associated with a mesocyclone, and indicates favorable conditions for tornado development
a short swinging punch delivered from the side with the elbow bent
One of the two defensive manoeuvres (the other is the ride-off) allowed in the rules The mallet is used to block or interfere with another player's swing at the ball, although it must be used in an approved manner Unsafe hooking or hitting into a pony is a foul
A snare; a trap
See Eccentric, and V-hook
The shape of the hull where the bottom is concave, rather than at or near the transom Opposite of a Rocker A hook can be caused by insufficient support from the Trailer, failure of the Hull, or actually designed into the hull
If you hook into the Internet, you make a connection with the Internet on a particular occasion so that you can use it. an interactive media tent where people will be able to hook into the internet. Hook up means the same as hook. a UK firm that lets Britons hook up to the Internet
A piece of metal, or other hard material, formed or bent into a curve or at an angle, for catching, holding, or sustaining anything; as, a hook for catching fish; a hook for fastening a gate; a boat hook, etc
hit with a hook; "His opponent hooked him badly"
A short punchy opening sentence intended to draw the reader or viewer into a book or play
An assembler instruction inserted in the user application code that gives the Enterprise Toolkit for OS/390 Performance Analyzer control to perform analysis
{i} curved piece of metal or other material by which things are hung or attached; fishhook; curve, angle, sharp bend; short punch (Boxing)
Features, definitions, or codings that enable future enhancements to happen compatibly or more easily
entice and trap; "The car salesman had snared three potential customers"
hook and eye
A matched hook and an eye (loop into which the hook can fit), used for temporary fastening
hook in
To deceive
hook shot
A shot in which the offensive player, gently throws the ball with a sweeping motion of his arm in an upward arc with a follow-through which ends over his head
hook shots
plural form of hook shot
hook someone up
To supply someone with goods or services

Hey man, can you hook me up with some weed?.

hook turn
A turn made by a vehicle across all lanes of traffic, sometimes used to improve the flow of through traffic or to keep the middle of the road free for trams etc
hook up
With "with", to form an association (with) someone
hook up
to connect to a power supply or a signal source
hook up
With "with", to have a casual sexual experience with another person, usually without any future relationship intended
hook up
to assemble the parts of a mechanism, especially by connecting wires
hook, line and sinker
Completely; (of belief or acceptance) naively or unquestioningly

I told him you were just a friend, and he fell for it hook, line and sinker.

hook up with
(deyim) Join, travel together. "In Calgary, I hooked up with a guy from Montreal."
hook up with
(deyim) Take in marriage, marry, get married, wed, conjoin, get hitched with, espouse, tie the knot, get hitched
hook-up
Courtship, especially of short duration
hook and eye
a small metal hook and ring used for fastening clothes
hook and eye
a kind of fastener used on clothing
hook line and sinker
in every detail; "he believed her story hook, line, and sinker"
hook line and sinker
in every detail; "he believed her story hook, line, and sinker
hook of holland
a cape on the southwestern coast of the Netherlands near Rotterdam
hook on
adopt; "take up new ideas"
hook shot
A shot made by arcing the far hand upward while being positioned or moving sideways to the basket
hook shot
a basketball shot made over the head with the hand that is farther from the basket
hook up
connect or link; "hook up the houses to the gas supply line"; "Hook up the components of the new sound system
hook up
When someone hooks up a computer or other electronic machine, they connect it to other similar machines or to a central power supply. technicians who hook up computer systems and networks He brought it down, hooked it up, and we got the generator going. if the machine is hooked up to an apartment's central wiring system
hook up
see hook 7
hook up
connection to a central system; connect to a central system
hook up with
take in marriage
hook wrench
a wrench with a hook that fits over a nut or bolt head
hook-
a shot that travels from right to left (right-handed player) - more severe than a draw Example: He sliced his tee shot and hooked his approach
hook-
One of the two defensive manoeuvres (the other is the ride-off) allowed in the rules The mallet is used to block or interfere with another player's swing at the ball, although it must be used in an approved manner Unsafe hooking or hitting into a pony is a foul
hook-
- A clever phrase or melody used to capture the consumer's attention and help make the advertising message more memorable
hook-
A hook is a processing step where the handlers (callback procedures) registered for this Hook will be called In Apache 1 3, the hooks were defined by the module API, while Apache 2 allows adding new hooks
hook-
A ball that breaks to the left for right-handers and to the right for lefties
hook-
A radar reflectivity pattern characterized by a hook-shaped extension of a thunderstorm echo, usually in the right-rear part of the storm (relative to its direction of motion) A hook often is associated with a mesocyclone, and indicates favorable conditions for tornado development
hook-
An assembler instruction inserted in the user application code that gives the Enterprise Toolkit for OS/390 Performance Analyzer control to perform analysis
hook-
a hit that is executed by the batter swinging his bat around his body, and following up with a complete body turn, usually pivoting on one foot works best on a pitch that is moving away from the batter on his "leg" side (see definition)
hook-
the curved trajectory of a ball due to spin imparted on it by a kicker, such as in a banana kick
hook-
The shape of the hull where the bottom is concave, rather than at or near the transom Opposite of a Rocker A hook can be caused by insufficient support from the Trailer, failure of the Hull, or actually designed into the hull
hook-
a mechanical device that is curved or bent to suspend or hold or pull something
hook-
a golf shot that curves to the left for a right-handed golfer; "he tooks lessons to cure his hooking"
hook-
To block a following rider by moving the back wheel to the side
hook-
Refers to the amount, measured in boards and angle, that a bowling ball deviates from its original trajectory during its path down the lane
hook-
a short swinging punch delivered from the side with the elbow bent
hook-
approach with an offer of sexual favors; "he was solicited by a prostitute"; "The young man was caught soliciting in the park"
hook-
pilfer: make off with belongings of others
hook-
entice and trap; "The car salesman had snared three potential customers"
hook-
secure with the foot; "hook the ball"
hook-
addict: to cause (someone or oneself) to become dependent (on something, especially a narcotic drug)
hook-
catch with a hook; "hook a fish"
hook-
hit with a hook; "His opponent hooked him badly"
hook-
When you write your admissions essays, you'll want to engage your readers quickly Using your "hook," a unique personal trait or experience, is one way to achieve this goal If you're a dedicated and accomplished cellist, or have trekked through the Himalyas, these might make good starting points for college essays Your hook will be something about you that's unique and interesting
hook-
Faulty stoke when the ball curves to the left for right-handed players and right for left-handed players
hook-
hook shot: a basketball shot made over the head with the hand that is farther from the basket
hook-
A hook is a list of functions to be called on specific occasions, such as saving a buffer in a file, major mode activation, etc By customizing the various hooks, you can modify Emacs's behavior without changing any of its code See section AD 2 3 Hooks
hook-
(or Hook Echo) - A radar reflectivity pattern characterized by a hook-shaped extension of a thunderstorm echo, usually in the right-rear part of the storm (relative to its direction of motion) A hook often is associated with a mesocyclone, and indicates favorable conditions for tornado development
hook-
take by theft; "Someone snitched my wallet!"
hook-
hit a ball and put a spin on it so that it travels to the left
hook-
crochet: make a piece of needlework by interlocking and looping thread with a hooked needle; "She sat there crocheting all day"
hook-
overcharge: rip off; ask an unreasonable price
hook-
fasten with a hook
hook-
a curved or bent implement for suspending or pulling something
hook-
When a ball moves right to left for a right-handed player, left to right for a left-handed player I
hook-
bait: anything that serves as an enticement
hook-
When the rear end of the vehicle has a tendency to kick out when turning with the throttle on Sometimes known as over steer
hook-
a sharp curve or crook; a shape resembling a hook
hook-
means a single-, double- or triple-pointed hook on a common shaft, and includes hooks attached to a lure (Note: some legal lures appear to have a hook with four points, but actually have two shafts each with two points)
hook-
A spit that curves sharply at its coastal end
hook-
(or Hook Echo) a radar reflectivity pattern characterized by a hook- or crescent-shaped extension of a thunderstorm echo, usually in the right-rear part of the storm (relative to its direction of motion) A hook often is associated with a mesocyclone, and indicates favorable conditions for tornado development
hook-
A player may spoil an opponent player's shot by putting their mallet in the way of the striking player However, a cross hook is a foul
hook-
The item of information that attracts the attention of the new personnel as a potential news angle
hook-
A narrative trick in the lead paragraph that "hooks" a reader's attention and keeps them reading
hook-
a catch for locking a door
hook-
  Term used to describe making a turn from the flank and across the head
hook-nosed
having an aquiline nose
hook-up
A hook-up is a connection between two places, systems, or pieces of equipment. Water and electric hook-ups are available and facilities are good. a temporary connection between two pieces of equipment such as computers, or between a piece of equipment and an electricity or water supply
Captain Hook
The pirate captain from Peter Pan by J.M. Barrie. Named for the hook that replaces one of his hands, he is the nemesis of Peter Pan. He lives in fear of the huge crocodile who ate his missing hand, and is obsessed with the notion of good form
butcher's hook
(plural butcher's hooks) A hook used by a butcher for hanging carcasses or meat from
butcher's hook
Same as butcher's
by hook or by crook
By any means possible; one way or another

She was determined to finish the project, by hook or by crook.

cant hook
A traditional logging tool consisting of a wooden lever handle with a movable metal hook at one end, used for handling and moving logs
fish hook
The name of the International Phonetic Alphabet /ɾ/ character, used to represent an alveolar tap
fishing hook
A (generally barbed) sharp curved implement used to catch fish using a line
grappling hook
A type of hook attached to a line and designed to be thrown at a target (e.g. rigging of an enemy ship) for the purpose of catching hold of it
hooked
Simple past tense and past participle of hook
meat hook
a two-sided hook normally used in butcheries to hang up meat or the carcasses of animals such as pigs
off the hook
Relieved of a duty, burden, responsibility, or pressure

Without any evidence, the police had to let the suspect off the hook.

off the hook
Performing extraordinarily well

That's five three-pointers in a row! Smith is off the hook!.

off the hook
Of a telephone, having an open connection; not hung up

I think he left the phone off the hook so that nobody would call him.

on-hook
Describing the state of a telephone (or similar device) when it is available but not in use
on-hook
Describing the idle state of a subscriber or PBX user loop
ring off the hook
Of a telephone, to ring constantly or excessively

I placed the advertisement yesterday, and the phone has been ringing off the hook ever since.

treble hook
A fishhook where three hooks share a single shank, each point separated by 120º
Tricyrtis hirta hook
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Tricyrtis hirta Hook. (Toad Lily, Hairy Toad Lily) is a hardy perennial in the family Liliaceae that is native to Japan, growing on shaded rocky cliffs and stream banks. The flowers are wide with six whitish to pale purple tepals that have dark purple spots
arrestor hook
(Havacılık) A tailhook or arrestor hook is a device attached to the rear of an aircraft. It is used to achieve rapid deceleration after landing, usually on an aircraft carrier
butcher's hook
(deyim) Butcher's hook is a rhyming slang for 'look'
let off the hook
(deyim) Allow someone to escape from a difficult situation or to avoid doing something that they do not want to do

John's agreed to go to the meeting in my place, so that lets me off the hook.

on the hook
Caught in a different or dangerous situation
hooked
Having a sharp curve at the end; resembling a hook
hooked
If you are hooked on something, you enjoy it so much that it takes up a lot of your interest and attention. Many of the leaders have become hooked on power and money
hooked
Having the form of a hook; curvated; as, the hooked bill of a bird
hooked
Addicted; unable to resist or cease doing
hooked
If you are hooked on a drug, you are addicted to it. He spent a number of years hooked on cocaine, heroin and alcohol
hooked
{s} curved, bent, shaped like a hook; addicted, obsessed
hooked
curved down like an eagle's beak
hooked
Provided with a hook or hooks
hooked
If you describe something as hooked, you mean that it is shaped like a hook. He was thin and tall, with a hooked nose
hooked
addicted to a drug
hooking
A minor penalty called when a player uses the blade of their stick to grab an opponent from behind
hooking
Using the blade of your stick to restrain an opponent A minor penalty
hooking
Using the blade of a stick to hook or grip an opponent from behind It is illegal if progress is impeded
hooking
Using the stick to hold an opponent; usually incurs a minor penalty
hooking
The action of applying the blade of the stick to any part of an opponent's body or stick and impeding his progress by a pulling or tugging motion with the stick
hooking
present participle of hook
hooking
Applying the blade of the stick to any part of an opponent's body or stick and pulling or tugging with the stick in order to disrupt that opponent
hooking
a minor penalty which occurs when a player attempts to impede the progress of another player by hooking any part of the opponent’s body with the blade of his stick; an illegal use of one’s stick
hooking
which occurs when a player attempts to impede the progress of another player by hooking any part of the opponent's body with the blade of his stick; an illegal use of one's stick
hooking
a golf shot that curves to the left for a right-handed golfer; "he tooks lessons to cure his hooking"
hooks
Open loops or ends of extension springs
hooks
large strong hand (as of a fighter); "wait till I get my hooks on him"
hooks
large strong hand (as of a fighter); "wait till I get my hooks on him
hooks
The drops of a drop handlebar, as in "riding on the hooks "
hooks
The curved portions of down-turned handlebars
hooks
Attachments soldered or welded to arch wires for the placement of elastics, headgear, or elastic chains
hooks
plural of hook
hooks
A programming technique that lets a programmer have an easier way to add new code to an existing program
hooks
third-person singular of hook
hooks
-See "Climbers"
التركية - الإنجليزية

تعريف hook في التركية الإنجليزية القاموس.

hook yasası
(Çevre) hooke’s rule
hook
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