Noun: крюк крючок хук ловушка
Verb: подцепить завербовать поймать заполучить


meat hook - крюк для мяса

to sew on hook - плести кружево

to leave the phone off the hook - не повесить телефонную трубку

to deliver a hook - ударять, наносить удар

to hook the end of the rope on the branch of the tree - прицепить конец верёвки к ветке дерева

to hook a shelf to the wall - вешать полку на стену

to hook the money and hide it - украсть деньги и спрятать их

to hook up / set up a microphone - установить микрофон

to hook up / install a telephone - установить телефон

boat hook - багор, отпорный крюк

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He hooked a large fish. - Он поймал крупную рыбу.

The dress hooks in the back. - Это платье застёгивается сзади.

My sweater was hooked on a branch. - Мой свитер зацепился за ветку.

She hung her coat on a hook. - Она повесила пальто на крючок.

I hooked the door shut. - Я закрыл дверь на (дверной) крючок.

My coat was caught up on the hook. - Моё пальто висело на крюке.

He tried to hook a well-off widow. - Он пытался подцепить какую-нибудь состоятельную вдову.

Please hook my dress up at the back, I can't reach. - Застегни мне, пожалуйста, платье на спине, я не могу дотянуться.

His opponent hooked him badly. - Соперник нанёс ему сильный боковой удар.

I hooked a 20-pound salmon last week. - На прошлой неделе я выудил /поймал/ двадцатифунтового лосося.

hook up the houses to the gas supply line - присоединить дома к линии подачи газа

He hooked his arm around my neck. - Он обнял меня рукой за шею. / Он обхватил рукой мою шею.

Ray hooked a right to his opponent's jaw - Рей провёл удар /хук/ справа в челюсть противника

We wrenched out of the wall an iron hook. - Мы вырвали из стены железный крюк.

He leveled his opponent with a right hook. - Он сбил своего противника с ног правым хуком.

Do not bite at the bait of pleasure till you know there is no hook beneath it. - Не стоит ничем соблазняться, пока не узнаешь точно, что тут нет подвоха.

The two parts hooked together. - Обе детали крепились друг к другу крючками.

She hit a hook into the left rough. - После её удара мяч по дуге ушёл в левый раф. (о гольфе)

He's been hooked into working at the school fair. - Его убедили поработать на зарплату учителя.

I had trouble getting the wriggling fish off my hook. - Мне с большим трудом удалось снять трепыхавшуюся рыбу с крючка.

He'd decided to make Sandra wait before letting her off the hook. - Он решил заставить Сандру подождать (и помучиться), прежде чем позволить ей избежать наказания.

a length of chain - длина цепочки

I left the telephone off the hook. - Я не стал класть трубку обратно на рычаг.

He hit him with a left hook to the jaw. - Он ударил его левым хуком в челюсть.

I'll pass this course by hook or by crook. - Я пройду этот курс, не мытьём, так катаньем.

She must have left the phone off the hook. - Она, должно быть, сняла телефонную трубку с крючка.

She hooked her fingers around the doorknob. - Она обхватила пальцами дверную ручку.

I snapped at the bait hook, line and sinker. - Я всему поверил.

He threw a right hook to his opponent's body. - Он выбросил правый хук по корпусу противника.

Tom hung his coat on the hook behind the door. - Том повесил своё пальто на крючок за дверью.

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Фразовые глаголы:

When someone hooks up a computer or other electronic machine, they connect it to other similar machines or to a central power supply.

When someone hooks up a computer or other electronic machine, they connect it to other similar machines or to a central power supply.

Связанные термины:

hook it: to run or go quickly away

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 .

boat hook: a hook mounted at the end of a pole, used to pull or push boats toward or away from a landing, to pick up a mooring, etc

cant hook: a heavy wooden lever with a blunt tip and a hinged hook near the end: used by lumbermen in handling logs

fifi hook: a metal hook at the top of an é trier for attaching it to a peg and also connected by a cord to the climber's harness to pull the étrier up and prevent it being dropped

fish hook: a bent piece of metal, often barbed and baited, which is used for catching fish

gang hook: a multiple fishhook consisting of several, usually three, hooks with their shanks joined

hook shot: a one-handed shot in which the extended arm is brought sideways over the head in tossing the ball toward the basket

hook-tip: any of several moths of the genus Daepana, characterized by the hooked point on each forewing

hook turn: a right turn made from the left-hand lane of a dual carriageway

meat hook: a metal hook on which the carcase of an animal that has been slaughtered for food is hung

dough-hook: an attachment for an electric mixer that kneads dough

Sandy Hook: narrow, sandy peninsula in E N. J ., at the S entrance to Lower New York Bay

screw hook: a screw with a hook for a head

crochet hook: a hooked needle used for crocheting

curtain hook: a hook used to attach a curtain to a curtain rail

pelican hook: a hinged hook that can be quickly secured or released by a sliding ring

pruning hook: a tool with a curved steel blade terminating in a hook, used for pruning

reaping hook: a curved cutting tool with a sharp edge, used in the cutting or harvesting of crops

get the hook: to be dismissed from employment

hook and eye: a fastening for clothes consisting of a small hook hooked onto a small metal or thread loop

off the hook: If you take a phone off the hook, you take the receiver off the part that it normally rests on, so that the phone will not ring .

on the hook: waiting

hookup: the arrangement and connection of parts, circuits, etc. in a radio, telephone system, network of radio stations, etc.

beautiful hook-tip: a similar but unrelated species, Laspeyria flexula

by hook or crook: by any means

get off the hook: to manage to get out of the awkward situation you are in without being punished or blamed

hook and ladder: a fire engine that carries long ladders, hooks for tearing down ceilings, and other equipment

Hook of Holland: a cape on the SW coast of the Netherlands, in South Holland province

on your own hook: alone, without any help

sling one's hook: to leave

sling your hook: to go away

on one's own hook: on one's own initiative

ring off the hook: if your telephone is ringing off the hook, so many people are trying to call you that it is ringing all the time

by hook or by crook: If someone says they will do something by hook or by crook, they are determined to do it, even if they have to make a great effort or use dishonest means.

ringing off the hook: If your phone is ringing off the hook, so many people are trying to phone you that it is ringing constantly.

hook, line, and sinker: You can use hook, line, and sinker to emphasize that someone is tricked or forced into a situation completely.

butcher's: a look

grappling iron: a grapnel, esp one used for securing ships

lash-up: a temporary connection of equipment for experimental or emergency use

to let someone off the hook: If someone gets off the hook or is let off the hook, they manage to get out of the awkward or unpleasant situation that they are in.

do something by hook or by crook: to do something even if it is very difficult for you, or you have to use dishonest means

swallow something hook, line, and sinker: to be fooled into believing something completely and being deceived by it

Hoek van Holland: a cape on the SW coast of the Netherlands, in South Holland province

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Однокоренные слова:

hook in - заполучить, заставить согласиться на, удирать, смыться
hook out - выведать
hook up - подключать, свет, соединение

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