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By continuing to use our website, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. You can change your cookie settings at any time. Continue Find out more Home British World English6 A piece of metal or other hard material curved or bent back at an angle, for catching hold of or hanging things on.

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8 A curved cutting instrument, especially as used for reaping or shearing. 9 A short swinging punch made with the elbow bent and rigid, especially in boxing. 8 Cricket with object 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.

9 Rugby with object Secure (the ball) and pass it backwards with the foot in the scrum. 6 usually as noun hooking informal no object (of a woman) work as a prostitute. Used to emphasize that someone has been completely deceived or tricked.

7 (of a telephone receiver) not on its rest, and so preventing incoming calls. Old English hōc, of Germanic origin related to Dutch hoek ‘corner, angle, projecting piece of land’, also to German Haken ‘hook’. Stay up to date with our latest news and receive new words updates, blog posts, and more.

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