例句2. the back of the dress fastens with a hook and eye’
I never use a single worm on the hook , preferring a cocktail of worm and maggot.
Lifting hooks--Inspection of shank hook in service
Specifications for the operation of hook used in the port cargo handling
hammer a hook in the wall and hang the picture on it
Hang your coat on that hook
Hang your clothes on the hook .
hook it over that nail
Hook it over that nail.
Stick a hook on the wall.
cleat hook ,for blind cords,of base metal
Will you hang my coat on the hook ?
Will you hook my dress for me?
coupling gear (hook ,screw-or chain-type),for railway or tramway locomotives or rolling-stock
One of the crew managed to hook the sampan with his bamboo pole. In the water, clinging to the stern of the sampan was a man with only his head showing above the water
hook tassel of base metal,for curtains
Planning to hook a fur coat
hook nail of iorn or steel,copper-head
fishing-rod,fish-hook and other line tackle,fish-landing net,butterfly net and similar net;decoy “birds” and similar hunting or shooting requisite
I’m sorry, but hook up the back of my dress.
The bait hides the hook .
The bait hides the hook .
The bait hides the hook
mattress hook of iron or steel wire
hook of base metal,for clother,footwear,awnings,tents or sails
hook nail of iorn or steel (excl. copperheaded)
To pierce or gore with or as if with a hook .
Bent at the end like a hook ;unciform.
A hook-shaped part or process
hook loom for making textile trimmings
hook ,butcher’s,of iron or steel wire
1.A bent piece of metal, typically barbed and baited, for catching fish.
‘Two men are sitting on the jetty, fixing bait to _hooks_ and casting fishing-lines out into the water, chatting quietly in Spanish and sipping from bottles of pop.’
‘‘Once you learn how to tie your own lures and bait your own _hook_ , you can go anyplace,’ Oyler says.’
2.A catchy chorus or repeated instrumental passage in a piece of popular music.
‘strong, funky vocals with a _hook_ that gets into your head’
‘Sporting a big beat sound with catchy _hooks_ isn’t enough nowadays.’
3.A curved cutting instrument, especially as used for reaping or shearing.
‘He arranged two lines of men with flails, clubs, pitchforks, sickles, and reaping _hooks_ .’
‘In summer for the wheat harvest, everybody was given a reaping _hook_ to work in the fields.’
4.A curved promontory or sand spit.
‘The United States owned the entire promontory of Sandy _Hook_ .’
5.A curved stroke in handwriting.
‘Kurtz notes, ‘The small _hooks_ at the end of the ″t″ and the ″i″ indicate a writer who is tenacious, holds on to beliefs, doctrines, ideals.’’
‘Place the pen on the paper, pull up then straight down, then make a small _hook_ .’
6.A piece of metal or other hard material curved or bent back at an angle, for catching hold of or hanging things on.
‘a picture _hook_ ’
‘If only I can locate it - that’s proving harder to find than the adhesive plastic _hooks_ .’
7.A short swinging punch made with the elbow bent and rigid, especially in boxing.
‘a perfectly timed right _hook_ to the chin’
‘Mike’s favorite punch is the right _hook_ and my favorite punch is his left _hook_ , so we disagree in what his best shot is.’
8.A stroke made to the on side with a horizontal or slightly upward swing of the bat at shoulder height.
‘Runs started to flow as Jaques top-edged a _hook_ at Harris for six and drove him for four through extra cover.’
‘First Flintoff continues his Botham impression with another _hook_ for six, then guides one down to the vacant third-man boundary, and lastly lets fly square of the wicket.’
9.A stroke that makes the ball deviate in flight in the direction of the follow-through (from right to left for a right-handed player), typically inadvertently.
‘Too often players subconsciously misalign their shoulders to compensate for their usual _hook_ or slice.’
‘An important point to remember is that orienting a shaft in a way that might correct a _hook_ or a slice remains an infraction of the rules.’
10.A thing designed to catch people’s attention.
‘companies are looking for a sales _hook_ ’
‘The _hook_ that caught him was the girl’s attitude.’
11.An added stroke transverse to the stem in the symbol for a quaver or other note.
‘Any note shorter than a quarter note has one or more _hooks_ to indicate its length.’
1.(of a woman) work as a prostitute.
2.Attach or fasten with a hook or hooks.
‘the truck had a red lamp _hooked_ to its tailgate’
‘she tried to _hook_ up her bra’
3.Attract and hold the attention of; captivate.
‘I was _hooked_ by John’s radical zeal’
‘Well, this was just the introduction with which he _hooked_ children and got them listening in rapt attention to his lecture.’
4.Bend into the shape of a hook so as to fasten around or to an object.
‘he _hooked_ his thumbs in his belt’
‘she _hooked_ a thread around her crochet _hook_ ’
5.Catch with a hook.
‘he _hooked_ a 24 lb pike’
‘Half an hour before dusk, I _hooked_ a big fish that wouldn’t move off the bottom.’
6.Hit (the ball) round to the on side with a horizontal or slightly upward swing of the bat at shoulder height; hit a ball delivered by (the bowler) with such a stroke.
‘Kallis was hit on the right elbow after attempting to _hook_ a short pitched delivery from West Indies opening bowler Fidel Edwards.’
‘When he _hooks_ a ball over square-leg it is with the cheek associated with schoolboys.’
7.Punch one’s opponent with the elbow bent and rigid.
‘McKenzie switched his attack downstairs, _hooking_ to the ribs’
‘From round 3 on, it was all Shields as he would _hook_ , and uppercut his way to victory.’
‘kindly _hook_ it—I just want you to scram’
‘‘When you gave me the shilling,’ cried Dan, ‘he followed me into the yard, and told me to _hook_ it.’’
9.Secure (the ball) and pass it backwards with the foot in the scrum.
‘You can only _hook_ the ball back with your feet.’
‘This is done by _hooking_ the ball with the soft swinging motion of one of the feet as the teams 8-man scrum pack pushes forward to give the hooker more room to _hook_ the ball.’
‘a maid _hooked_ one of her mistress’s dresses’
11.Strike (the ball) so that it deviates in the direction of the follow-through, typically inadvertently.
‘‘As long as he doesn’t try to _hook_ the ball, he’s going to be all right,’ says Smith.’
‘He shouldn’t overdo it, though: The flatter the backswing, the easier it is to _hook_ the ball.’
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