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"Hook Meaning In Bengali"

Hook (verb) - বঁড়শি, আঙটা

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Hook Meaning in Bengali. Hook শব্দের বাংলা অর্থ কি? English to Bangla online dictionary "Hook meaning in bengali". Google Translate "Hook".

"Hook Meaning"

Hook বাংলা অর্থ. What is the meaning of Hook in English? What does Hook mean? What is another word for Hook? Definition at online dictionary.

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Similar Words: hook, hook and eye, hook and eyen, hook and eyes, hook and eyne, hook and ladder, hook and ladders, hook ball, hook balls, hook eye,

Hook Example in a sentence

Hook Example in a sentence:

Example Sentences for hook

Just as nice girls as you have tried to hook Evan Graham before now.

He put the receiver back on its hook and stepped to the lever.

The longest fibres of the hackle must be of the same length as the hook.

He slammed the receiver on to the hook and said a naughty word.

They seem to be a little longer, and they hook together so well.

He remembered finally a hook in the wall not far from the chimney.

A charm like that, she gave me to understand, I must by hook or by crook obtain.

It was Jimmy who took the kettle from the hook and filled the teapot.

Well, he didn't want to do it, but because I ordered him to do it he cast in his hook.

But they meant to bait their hook very carefully, and they did not at all despair.

Hook History and Origin

History of: Hook

Word Origin & History

hook O.E. hoc, perhaps related to O.E. haca "bolt," from P.Gmc. *khokaz/*khakan- (cf. Du. haak, Ger. Haken "hook"), from PIE *keg- "bent object" (cf. Rus. kogot "claw"). For spelling, see hood. Boxing sense of "short, swinging blow with the elbow bent" is from 1898. Fig. sense was in M.E. (see hooker); hooked "addicted" is from 1925, originally in ref. to narcotics. By hook or by crook (c.1380) probably alludes to tools of professional thieves. Hook, line, and sinker "completely" is 1838, a metaphor from angling.

Hook Synonyms

curve angle holder lock crook grapple link catch peg hasp clasp grapnel

Hook Definition

a curved or angular piece of metal or other hard substance for catching, pulling, holding, or suspending something.
a fishhook.
anything that catches; snare; trap.
something that attracts attention or serves as an enticement:
The product is good but we need a sales hook to get people to buy it.
something having a sharp curve, bend, or angle at one end, as a mark or symbol.
a sharp curve or angle in the length or course of anything.
a curved arm of land jutting into the water; a curved peninsula:
Sandy Hook.
a recurved and pointed organ or appendage of an animal or plant.
a small curved catch inserted into a loop to form a clothes fastener.
  1. the path described by a ball, as in baseball, bowling, or golf, that curves in a direction opposite to the throwing hand or to the side of the ball from which it was struck.
  2. a ball describing such a path.
Boxing. a short, circular punch delivered with the elbow bent.
  1. Also called flag, pennant. a stroke or line attached to the stem of eighth notes, sixteenth notes, etc.
  2. an appealing melodic phrase, orchestral ornament, refrain, etc., often important to a popular song's commercial success.
Metalworking. an accidental short bend formed in a piece of bar stock during rolling.
hooks, Slang. hands or fingers:
Get your hooks off that cake!
Underworld Slang. a pickpocket.
Also called deck hook. Nautical. a triangular plate or knee that binds together the stringers and plating at each end of a vessel.
verb (used with object)
to seize, fasten, suspend from, pierce, or catch hold of and draw with or as if with a hook.
to catch (fish) with a fishhook.
Slang. to steal or seize by stealth.
Informal. to catch or trick by artifice; snare.
(of a bull or other horned animal) to catch on the horns or attack with the horns.
to catch hold of and draw (loops of yarn) through cloth with or as if with a hook.
to make (a rug, garment, etc.) in this fashion.
Sports. to hit or throw (a ball) so that a hook results.
Boxing. to deliver a hook with:
The champion hooked a right to his opponent's jaw.
Rugby. to push (a ball) backward with the foot in scrummage from the front line.
to make hook-shaped; crook.
verb (used without object)
to become attached or fastened by or as if by a hook.
to curve or bend like a hook.
  1. (of a player) to hook the ball.
  2. (of a ball) to describe a hook in course.
Slang. to depart hastily:
We'd better hook for home.
Verb phrases
hook up,
  1. to fasten with a hook or hooks.
  2. to assemble or connect, as the components of a machine:
    to hook up a stereo system.
  3. to connect to a central source, as of power or water:
    The house hasn't been hooked up to the city's water system yet.
  4. Informal. to join, meet, or become associated with:
    He never had a decent job until he hooked up with this company.
  5. Informal. to have casual sex or a romantic date without a long-term commitment:
    He doesn't know her very well, but he hooked up with her a couple of times.
by hook or by crook, by any means, whether just or unjust, legal or illegal.
Also, by hook or crook.
get / give the hook, Informal. to receive or subject to a dismissal:
The rumor is that he got the hook.
hook it, Slang. to run away; depart; flee:
He hooked it when he saw the truant officer.
hook, line, and sinker, Informal. entirely; completely:
He fell for the story—hook, line, and sinker.
off the hook,
  1. out of trouble; released from some difficulty:
    This time there was no one around to get him off the hook.
  2. free of obligation:
    Her brother paid all her bills and got her off the hook.
  3. Slang. extremely or shockingly excellent:
    Wow, that song is off the hook!
on one's own hook, Informal. on one's own initiative or responsibility; independently.
on the hook, Slang.
  1. obliged; committed; involved:
    He's already on the hook for $10,000.
  2. subjected to a delaying tactic; waiting:
    We've had him on the hook for two weeks now.

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