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hook [ huk] n.钩,挂钩 vt.钩住

hook [ huk] vt.用钩连接,用钩挂

hook [huk] n.& v. 钩子;衔接,连接

hook [ huk] n.钩、钓钩

hooked [ hukt] adj.钩形的,着迷的

hook [huk] 挂钩

Hook lock 钩锁

Clothes Hook 衣帽钩

Coat Hook 衣帽钩

Fishing Hook 鱼钩

Use No Hooks 请勿倒挂

risk of hook damage 钩损险

Hook lock 钩锁

hook shot 钩射投篮

by hook or by crook 不择手段

get hooked on sth 被某事迷住了

cardan (hookes)universal joint

You may hang your coat on the hook.

They took the phone off the hook so no calls would disturb them.

I'm hooked on... *hook“用钩钩住”,be hooked on 表示“对……入迷”。
You shouldn't smoke so much. (你不该抽那么多的烟。)
I know, but I'm hooked on nicotine. (我知道,但是我已经对尼古丁上瘾了。)
I'm addicted to...

risk of hook damage 钩损险

hook up 介绍、送作堆
A: Hey, how come you've never told me you have a cute sister...
A: 嘿! 你为什么从来没告诉我你有一个这么漂亮可爱的妹妹?
B: What are you trying to say?
B: 你想说什么呢?
A: Well, you can hook me up, maybe?
A: 嗯..也许你可帮我介绍一下?
B: No way.
B: 休想!
"How come?" 是口语上经常被用来代替"why"的字, 是「为什么」的意思。但是"how come" 跟"why"的用法是不同的。 用"how come"时, 句子的构造很接近中文: 如: "How come you didn't call me last night?" (你为什么昨晚没打电话给我呢?)。这句话如果换成用"why"就须要用一般的问句型式, 而成 "Why didn't you call me last night?"了。

"Hey! Since you're a friend of Bill's, why don't you hook me up?"
嘿! 既然你是比尔的朋友, 帮我介绍一下吧!

hook n.铁钩;圈套;偷窃

off the hook逃脱,溜掉,不受罚
I'll let you off the hook this time, but don't do that again.

by hook or by crook无论如何
I've gotta finish this by five o'clock, by hook or by crook.

by hook or by crook 不择手段

get hooked on sth 被某事迷住了

hook up 接洽妥当

“I warned Sally not to believe that man’s stories about how rich he was, but she swallowed them hook, line and sinker. After she married him, she found out he owed money to everbody in his office.”

- by hook or by crook 千方百计得,不择手段得
He rose to that position by hook or by crook.

As our usual practice, insurance covers basic risks only, at 110 percent of the invoice value. If coverage against other risks is required, such as breakage, leakage, TPND, hook and contamination damages, the extra premium involved would be for the buyer's account.

不择手段 [bù zé shǒu duàn] /by fair means or foul/by hook or by crook/unscrupulously/

钓 [diào] /to fish with a hook and bait/

勾 [gōu] /to cancel/to delineate/hook/

钩 [gōu] /entice/hook/

钩子 [gōu zi ] /hook/

横钩 [héng gōu] /(horizontal hooked character stroke)/

竖钩 [shù gōu] /(straight down hooked character stroke)/

斜钩 [xié gōu] /(downwards-right concave hooked character stroke)/

{adj: applied} concerned with concrete problems or data rather than with fundamental principles; opposed to theoretical
"applied physics"
"applied psychology"
"technical problems in medicine, engineering, economics and other applied discipcdlines"- Sidney Hook
<-> theoretical

{adj: aquiline, hooked} curved down like an eagle's beak

{adj: dependent, dependant, drug-addicted, hooked, strung-out} addicted to a drug

{adj: hook-nosed} having an aquiline nose

{adj: hook-shaped} shaped in the form of a hook

{adj: hooklike} resembling a hook (especially in the ability to grasp and hold)
"hooklike thorns"

{adj: off the hook} freed from danger or blame or obligation
"I let him off the hook with a mild reprimand"

{adj: on the hook} caught in a difficult or dangerous situation
"there I was back on the hook"

{adj: sectarian} belonging to or characteristic of a sect
"a sectarian mind"
"the negations of sectarian ideology"- Sidney Hook
"sectarian squabbles in psychology"
<-> nonsectarian

{adv: by hook or by crook, by any means} in any way necessary
"I'll pass this course by hook or by crook"

{adv: hook line and sinker} in every detail
"he believed her story hook, line, and sinker"

{adv: item} (used when listing or enumerating items) also
"a length of chain, item a hook"-Philip Guedalla

{n: Blackwall hitch} a simple hitch used for temporarily attaching a line to a hook

{n: Falconiformes, order Falconiformes} chiefly diurnal carnivorous birds having hooked beaks and long talons with opposable hind toe: falcons; hawks; eagles; ospreys; caracaras; vultures

{n: Hook of Holland, Hoek van Holland} a cape on the southwestern coast of the Netherlands near Rotterdam

{n: Hooke's law} (physics) the principle that (within the elastic limit) the stress applied to a solid is proportional to the strain produced

{n: Hooke, Robert Hooke} English scientist who formulated the law of elasticity and proposed a wave theory of light and formulated a theory of planetary motion and proposed the inverse square law of gravitational attraction and discovered the cellular structure of cork and introduced the term `cell' into biology and invented a balance spring for watches (1635-1703)

{n: Xanthium, genus Xanthium} coarse herbs having small heads of greenish flowers followed by burrs with hooked bristles

{n: acanthocephalan, spiny-headed worm} any of various worms living parasitically in intestines of vertebrates having a retractile proboscis covered with many hooked spines

{n: angler, troller} a fisherman who uses a hook and line

{n: angling} fishing with a hook and line (and usually a pole)

{n: ankus} an elephant goad with a sharp spike and a hook

{n: arrester, arrester hook} a restraint that slows airplanes as they land on the flight deck of an aircraft carrier

{n: bait, come-on, hook, lure, sweetener} anything that serves as an enticement

{n: barndoor skate, Raja laevis} one of the largest skates (to 5 feet); an active skate easy to hook

{n: bench hook} any of various stops on a workbench against which work can be pushed (as while chiseling or planing)

{n: boat hook} pole-handled hook used to pull or push boats

{n: bur, burr} seed vessel having hooks or prickles

{n: buttonhook} a hook for pulling a button through a buttonhole

{n: cant hook} a peavey having a hook instead of a spike; used for handling logs

{n: cat's-paw} a hitch in the middle of rope that has two eyes into which tackle can be hooked

{n: chamois, Rupicapra rupicapra} hoofed mammal of mountains of Eurasia having upright horns with backward-hooked tips

{n: clasp} a fastener (as a buckle or hook) that is used to hold two things together

{n: clothes tree, coat tree, coat stand} an upright pole with pegs or hooks on which to hang clothing

{n: coatrack, coat rack, hatrack} a rack with hooks for temporarily holding coats and hats

{n: common snapping turtle, snapper, Chelydra serpentina} large-headed turtle with powerful hooked jaws found in or near water; prone to bite

{n: company} a unit of firefighters including their equipment
"a hook-and-ladder company"

{n: crochet needle, crochet hook} a needle with a hook on the end; used in crocheting

{n: crochet, crocheting} needlework done by interlocking looped stitches with a hooked needle

{n: crook, shepherd's crook} a long staff with one end being hook shaped

{n: cup hook} hook (usually on the underside of a shelf) for hanging cups

{n: drawbar} a strong metal bar bearing a hook to attach something to be pulled

{n: eyelet, eyehole} a small hole (usually round and finished around the edges) in cloth or leather for the passage of a cord or hook or bar

{n: fighting chair} a fixed chair from which a saltwater angler can fight a hooked fish

{n: fisherman's lure, fish lure} (angling) any bright artificial bait consisting of plastic or metal mounted with hooks and trimmed with feathers

{n: fishhook} a sharp barbed hook for catching fish

{n: fishing line} a length of cord to which the leader and float and sinker and hook are attached

{n: gaff} an iron hook with a handle; used for landing large fish

{n: gig} a cluster of hooks (without barbs) that is drawn through a school of fish to hook their bodies; used when fish are not biting

{n: grapnel, grapple, grappler, grappling hook, grappling iron} a tool consisting of several hooks for grasping and holding; often thrown with a rope

{n: hook and eye} a kind of fastener used on clothing

{n: hook shot, hook} a basketball shot made over the head with the hand that is farther from the basket

{n: hook wrench, hook spanner} a wrench with a hook that fits over a nut or bolt head

{n: hook, claw} a mechanical device that is curved or bent to suspend or hold or pull something

{n: hook, crotchet} a sharp curve or crook; a shape resembling a hook

{n: hook, draw, hooking} a golf shot that curves to the left for a right-handed golfer
"he took lessons to cure his hooking"

{n: hooks, meat hooks, maulers} large strong hand (as of a fighter)
"wait till I get my hooks on him"

{n: hookworm} parasitic bloodsucking roundworms having hooked mouth parts to fasten to the intestinal wall of human and other hosts

{n: hook} a catch for locking a door

{n: hook} a curved or bent implement for suspending or pulling something

{n: hook} a short swinging punch delivered from the side with the elbow bent

{n: jig} a fisherman's lure with one or more hooks that is jerked up and down in the water

{n: keyboard} holder consisting of an arrangement of hooks on which keys or locks can be hung

{n: lace, lacing} a cord that is drawn through eyelets or around hooks in order to draw together two edges (as of a shoe or garment)

{n: lanyard, laniard} a cord with an attached hook that is used to fire certain types of cannon

{n: meat hook} a strong pointed hook from which the carcasses of animals are hung

{n: merganser, fish duck, sawbill, sheldrake} large crested fish-eating diving duck having a slender hooked bill with serrated edges

{n: night-line} a fishing line with baited hooks left in the water to catch fish over night

{n: node, client, guest} (computer science) any computer that is hooked up to a computer network

{n: panfish} any of numerous small food fishes; especially those caught with hook and line and not available on the market

{n: parrot} usually brightly colored zygodactyl tropical birds with short hooked beaks and the ability to mimic sounds

{n: poker, stove poker, fire hook, salamander} fire iron consisting of a metal rod with a handle; used to stir a fire

{n: pothook} an S-shaped hook to suspend a pot over a fire

{n: procellariiform seabird} large long-winged bird with hooked bill and tubular nostrils that wanders the open seas

{n: prolonge} a rope fitted with a hook and used for towing a gun carriage

{n: pruner, pruning hook, lopper} a long-handled pruning saw with a curved blade at the end and sometimes a clipper; used to prune small trees

{n: pruning knife} a knife with a curved or hooked blade

{n: ravehook} a hooked hand tool used to prepare the seams of a boat for oakum

{n: roundhouse} a hook delivered with an exaggerated swing

{n: shrike} any of numerous Old World birds having a strong hooked bill that feed on smaller animals

{n: sickle, reaping hook, reap hook} an edge tool for cutting grass or crops; has a curved blade and a short handle

{n: skyhook} a hook that is imagined to be suspended from the sky

{n: talon} a sharp hooked claw especially on a bird of prey

{n: tenterhook} one of a series of hooks used to hold cloth on a tenter

{n: tenter} a framework with hooks used for stretching and drying cloth

{n: tongs, pair of tongs} any of various devices for taking hold of objects; usually have two hinged legs with handles above and pointed hooks below

{n: tongue worm, pentastomid} wormlike arthropod having two pairs of hooks at the sides of the mouth; parasitic in nasal sinuses of mammals

{n: trawl, trawl line, spiller, setline, trotline} a long fishing line with many shorter lines and hooks attached to it (usually suspended between buoys)

{n: trip line} a light rope used in lumbering to free a dog hook from a log at a distance

{n: uncus} (biology) any hook-shaped process or part

{n: wardrobe, closet, press} a tall piece of furniture that provides storage space for clothes; has a door and rails or hooks for hanging clothes

{n: weakfish, Cynoscion regalis} food and game fish of North American coastal waters with a mouth from which hooks easily tear out

{v: absolve, justify, free} let off the hook
"I absolve you from this responsibility"
<-> blame

{v: addict, hook} to cause (someone or oneself) to become dependent (on something, especially a narcotic drug)

{v: angle} fish with a hook

{v: crochet, hook} make a piece of needlework by interlocking and looping thread with a hooked needle
"She sat there crocheting all day"

{v: dial} operate a dial to select a telephone number
"You must take the receiver off the hook before you dial"

{v: get off} cause to be acquitted ; get off the hook ; in a legal case
"The lawyer got him off, even though there was no doubt in everybody's mind that he killed his wife"

{v: hitch, catch} to hook or entangle
"One foot caught in the stirrup"
<-> unhitch

{v: hook up} connect or link
"hook up the houses to the gas supply line"
"Hook up the components of the new sound system"

{v: hook, snare} entice and trap
"The car salesman had snared three potential customers"

{v: hook, snitch, thieve, cop, knock off, glom} take by theft
"Someone snitched my wallet!"

{v: hook, solicit, accost} approach with an offer of sexual favors
"he was solicited by a prostitute"
"The young man was caught soliciting in the park"

{v: hook} catch with a hook
"hook a fish"

{v: hook} fasten with a hook
<-> unhook

{v: hook} hit a ball and put a spin on it so that it travels to the left

{v: hook} hit with a hook
"His opponent hooked him badly"

{v: hook} secure with the foot
"hook the ball"

{v: marry, get married, wed, conjoin, hook up with, get hitched with, espouse} take in marriage

{v: overcharge, soak, surcharge, gazump, fleece, plume, pluck, rob, hook} rip off ; ask an unreasonable price
<-> undercharge

{v: pilfer, cabbage, purloin, pinch, abstract, snarf, swipe, hook, sneak, filch, nobble, lift} make off with belongings of others

{v: play} exhaust by allowing to pull on the line
"play a hooked fish"

{v: seize} hook by a pull on the line
"strike a fish"

{v: skitter} twitch the hook of a fishing line through or along the surface of water

{v: take up, latch on, fasten on, hook on, seize on} adopt
"take up new ideas"

{v: troll} angle with a hook and line drawn through the water

{v: unhook} take off a hook
<-> hook

With the help of several grants, Bracey and her students use the five computers in her classroom to hook up to the Internet where they study such subjects as the ecology and geography of the rain forest and Mayan civilization.

Novotel spokesman Peter Hook said that although the survey highlighted some of the more amusing aspects of hotel life, such as the guests who were caught making love under the piano in a lobby bar, it helped hotel management to identify trends.
Novotel 的发言人彼得·胡克说,虽然调查突出了宾馆生活一些较有趣的方面,如有的客人被发现在大厅酒吧的钢琴下面做爱,但它也有助于宾馆管理部门确认宾馆房客的行为趋向。

I keep a spare 6.2-gigabyte disk drive hooked to my PC, religiously saving redundant copies of everything--but only after performing a virus check.
我的 PC机上有一个备用的 6. 2GB的磁盘驱动器,我会小心谨慎地将所有信息和数据都备份在该盘上-当然只能是在进行了病毒检查之后才进行备份。

If you receive mail with a file hooked to it from someone you don't know, then do not open that file.

I made a hook from a wire coathanger and carefully fastened it to a weighted line.

Sony's w.ear phones( $40) hook snugly over each ear, so they don't need a headband to stay put while you 're jogging.
索尼公司推出的穿戴式耳机(每个售价 40美元)能紧贴在你的两个耳朵之间,这样在你健身跑时,就不需要用束发带来固定耳机了。

" I'll tell you what, quote-boy, " she said. " If you can tell me who said that, I'll let YOU off the hook. "

Shockwave.com has signed up such big names as Tim Burton, David Lynch and South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone to develop short Web movies. Austin, Texas-based Human Code is researching ways to make customized online guitar instruction possible with an electric guitar hooked to your computer.
Shockwave.com 与许多名家签约,如蒂姆·伯顿、戴维·林奇、《南方公园》的制作人特雷·帕克和马特·斯通,他们致力于制作网上短片。德克萨斯州奥斯汀的人类密码公司正在研究如何在网上提供定制的吉他课程:将一把电子吉他挂在你的电脑上。

In March 1999 Legend along with Microsoft will develop low-cost et-top devices to hook televisions to the Internet through cable. 1999年 3月,联想微软一起开发低成本的顶盒,通过电缆将电视机和互联网接通。

I got hooked on Water Balloon Drop, but there's also online poker, trivia games and even an Austin Powers dancing game.
我玩空投水球的游戏非常上瘾,那里还有在线扑克和难题问答游戏,甚至还有 AustinPowers 的舞蹈游戏。

What playground b-baller dreams of using his rear end to back down Arvydas Sabonis for a 5-ft. jump hook?

H.D. Hook damage 钩损

H.&O. Hook and oil damage 钩损和油损

hook damage 钩损险

including damage by hooks, oils, muds and contact with other cargo(insured value)

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勿用手钩 Use No Hooks
切勿投掷 No Dumping
切勿倒置 Keep Upright
切勿倾倒 No Turning Over
切勿坠落 Do Not Drop/No Dropping
切勿平放 Not to Be Laid Flat
切勿压挤 Do Not Crush
勿放顶上 Do Not Stake on Top
放于凉处 Keep Cool/Stow Cool
干处保管 Keep in Dry Place
勿放湿处 Do Not Stow in Damp Place
甲板装运 Keep on Deck
装于舱内 Keep in Hold
勿近锅炉 Stow Away from Boiler
必须平放 Keep Flat/Stow Level
怕光 Keep in Dark Place
怕压 Not to Be Stow Below Other Cargo

Screws, bolts, nuts, coach screws, screw hooks, rivets, cotters, cotter-pins, washers ( inclu

Screw hooks & screw rings of i/s

Sewing needles, knitting needles, bodkins, crochet hooks, embroidery stilettos and similar ar

Aces, bill hooks & similar hewing tools

Clasps, frames with clasps, buckles, buckle-clasps, hooks, eyes, eyelets and the like, of bas

Hooks,eyes & eyelets of base metal

Beard needles, crotchet hooks for knitting machines, gauge No.<28

Fishing rods, fish-hooks and other line fishing tackle; fish landing nets, butterfly nets and

Fish-hooks, whether or not snelled

Hook and loop fabrics or tapes

Hook up nipples

Commercial fish hooks

Below the hook device

Hook up wires

Hook wrenches

Packing hooks


Swivel hooks

Spring hooks

S hooks

Safety hooks

Lifting hooks

J hooks

Guy wire hooks

Grab hooks

Screw hooks

Peg board hooks

Slip hooks

Cerumen hooks

Button hooks for the physically challenged

Surgical retraction hooks

Endoscopic hooks or accessories

Crochet hooks

Hooks coupling ; universal coupling 万向联轴器

Hooke's law 虎克定律

手钩 Stevedor’s (docker’s,hand) hook

手钩 Hand hook

吊钩 Hook

货钩 Cargo hook

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