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hook /hʊk/ noun [countable]


چنگک ، (مج). دام ، تله ، ضربه ، بشکل قلاب دراوردن ، کج کردن ، گرفتارکردن ، بدام انداختن ، ربودن ، گیر اوردن ، علوم مهندسی: چنگک ، کامپیوتر: کد ماشینی که در یک ماژول یا پیمانه از سیستم عامل جای داده می شود تا کنترل را به روالی که وظیفه ای اضافی انجام می دهد انتقال داده و در محلی متفاوت از ماژول اصلی ذخیره نماید ، عمران: قلاب ، معماری: قلاب ، ورزش: ماهیگیری قسمت گود انحنای موج ، علوم نظامی: روشی که ناظرین مقدم با ان دستگاههای کنترل خودکار هواپیماها را روی فرامین مشخص روانه می کنند
الکترونیک: کد ماشینی که در یک ماژول یا پیمانه از سیستم عامل جای داده می شود تا کنترل را به روالی که وظیفه ای اضافی انجام می دهد انتقال داده و در محلی متفاوت از ماژول اصلی ذخیره نماید ، کامپیوتر: قلاب ، چنگک ، علوم مهندسی : ماهیگیری قسمت گود انحنای موج ، ورزشی: قلاب ، معماری: قلاب ، چنگک ، روشی که ناظرین مقدم با ان دستگاههای کنترل خودکار هواپیماها را روی فرامین مشخص روانه می کنند ، علوم نظامی: قلاب ، عمران: قلاب ، چنگک ،( مج ).دام ، تله ، ضربه ، بشکل قلاب دراوردن ، کج کردن ، گرفتارکردن ، بدام انداختن ، ربودن ، گیر اوردن

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

hook
[noun]
Synonyms:
- fastener, catch, clasp, link, peg
[verb]
Synonyms:
- fasten, clasp, fix, secure
- catch, ensnare, entrap, snare, trap

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

Hook, Captain
see Captain Hook

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. hook1 S3 /hʊk/ noun [countable]
[Language: Old English; Origin: hoc]

1. HANGING THINGS a curved piece of metal or plastic that you use for hanging things on ⇒ peg:
Tom hung his coat on the hook behind the door.

2.
CATCHING FISH a curved piece of thin metal with a sharp point for catching fish

3. let/get somebody off the hook to allow someone or help someone to get out of a difficult situation:
I wasn’t prepared to let her off the hook that easily.

4. leave/take the phone off the hook to leave or take the telephone receiver (=the part you speak into) off the part where it is usually placed so that no one can call you

5. be ringing off the hook American English if your telephone is ringing off the hook, a lot of people are calling you

6. INTEREST something that is attractive and gets people’s interest and attention Synonym : draw:
You always need a bit of a hook to get people to go to the theatre.

7. by hook or by crook if you are going to do something by hook or by crook, you are determined to do it, whatever methods you have to use:
The police are going to get these guys, by hook or by crook.

8. HITTING SOMEBODY a way of hitting your opponent in boxing, in which your elbow is bent ⇒ punch, jab

9. hook, line, and sinker if someone believes something hook, line, and sinker, they believe a lie completely
boat hook, curtain hook, ⇒ sling your hook at sling1(4)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. hook2 S3 verb [transitive]

1. FISH to catch a fish with a hook:
I hooked a 20-pound salmon last week.

2. FASTEN [always + adverb/preposition] to fasten or hang something onto something else
hook something onto/to something
Just hook the bucket onto the rope and lower it down.

3. BEND YOUR FINGER/ARM ETC [always + adverb/preposition] to bend your finger, arm, or leg, especially so that you can pull or hold something else:
Ruth hooked her arm through Tony’s.
He tried to hook his leg over the branch.

4. INTEREST/ATTRACT informal to succeed in making someone interested in something or attracted to something:
cigarette ads designed to hook young people

5. ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT [always + adverb/preposition] (also hook up) to connect a piece of electronic equipment to another piece of equipment or to an electricity supply ⇒ hook-up:
We’ve got a CD player, but it’s not hooked up yet.
hook something together
Computers from different manufacturers can often be hooked together.

6. BALL to throw or kick a ball so that it moves in a curve
hook up with somebody/something phrasal verb especially American English informal

1.
a) to start having a sexual relationship with someone
b) to meet someone and become friendly with them Synonym : meet up with:
Did you ever hook up with Maisy while you were there?
c) to agree to work together with another organization for a particular purpose

2. hook somebody up with something to help someone get something that they need or want Synonym : fix up with:
Do you think you can hook me up with some tickets for tonight?

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English


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