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using what the subject is about to figure out what some one is talking about. if we were talking about cars, and I said beat a "rice burner". you may not know that a rice burner is an import race car, but you should know that it was a car.
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1 to cause to turn away from a straight line <the pitcher hooked the ball, and the batter missed> Synonyms arch, bow, crook, curve, bend, swerveRelated Words arc, round; incurvate, incurve, inflect, reflect; deflect, divert; entwine, turn, twine, twist, veer, warp; coil, curl, enroll (also enrol), loop, spiral; dent, dimple; meander, wave, weave, wind; decline, incline, slopeAntonyms straighten, unbend, uncurl
2 to put or bring together so as to form a new and longer whole <hooked up three short chains together to make a longer necklace> Synonyms catenate, chain, compound, concatenate, conjugate, couple, hitch, connect, interconnect, interlink, join, link, yokeRelated Words articulate, dovetail, integrate, interlock, intermesh; cord, string, wire; cement, coalesce, combine, fuse, unite, weldNear Antonyms detach, disengage, divide, part, split; cleave, rupture, sever, sunderAntonyms disconnect, disjoin, disjoint, dissever, disunite, separate, unchain, uncouple, unhitch, unlink, unyoke
3 to take (something) without right and with an intent to keep <the monkey hooked four bananas from the basket and scampered away to enjoy them> Synonyms appropriate, boost [slang], filch, heist, steal, lift, misappropriate, nick [British slang], pilfer, pinch, pocket, purloin, rip off, snitch, swipe, thieveRelated Words burglarize, knock over, rob; loot, pillage, plunder, sack; carjack,; pick, rifle; poach, rustle, shoplift; collar, grab, grasp, nail, seize,, take; mooch, sponge; abduct, kidnap, shanghai, spiritNear Antonyms buy, purchase; bestow, contribute, donate, give, hand over, present
4 to take physical control or possession of (something) suddenly or forcibly <at the clearance sale I hooked one of the few remaining digital cameras> Synonyms bag, capture, collar, cop [slang], corral, get, glom, grab, grapple, catch, land, nab, nail, net, nobble [British slang], rap, seize, snag, snap (up), snare, trapRelated Words glove, halter, lasso, rope; apprehend, arrest, detain; bay, corner; clasp, clutch, fasten (on), fist, grasp, grip, hold, latch (on or onto), secure; rend, wrest; enmesh (also immesh), ensnare, entangle, entrap, mesh; abduct, kidnap, spirit (away or off)Near Antonyms discharge, free, liberate, release; drop, loosen, unhandAntonyms miss
5 to turn away from a straight line or course <hang the bird feeder on a branch that hooks upward> Synonyms arc, arch, bend, bow, crook, fall off, curve, round, sweep, swerve, trend, wheelRelated Words circle, coil, curlicue, curl, loop, spiral; turn, twist, wind; deviate, veerAntonyms straighten
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