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n. hook

Definition of hook in English

Pointed, curved piece of metal that is held in the hand and used to catch on objects.

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n. hook

Definition of hook in English

Tool, typically made of metal, which consists of a curved piece that can be attached to another object, typically used to haul or hang objects.

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n. hook

Definition of hook in English

Sharp piece of metal at the end of a fishing line, designed for catching fish.

Synonyms of hook in English

fish hookfishhook

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n. hook-and-loop fastener

Definition of hook-and-loop fastener in English

Fastening system composed of opposing strips of fabric that stick together upon contact, in which one strip has tiny hooks and the other has tiny loops.

Synonyms of hook-and-loop fastener in English

velcrohook-and-pile fastenertouch fastener

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n. hook-and-pile fastener

Definition of hook-and-pile fastener in English

Fastening system composed of opposing strips of fabric that stick together upon contact, in which one strip has tiny hooks and the other has tiny loops.

Synonyms of hook-and-pile fastener in English

velcrotouch fastenerhook-and-loop fastener

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n. bagging hook

Definition of bagging hook in English

Tool consisting of a handle and a knife shaped like a half moon curving inwards, which is used to cut plants.

Synonyms of bagging hook in English

sicklereap tool

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n. boat hook

Definition of boat hook in English

Long rod with a hook and spike on one end, used on boats for a variety of purposes, such as to push off and berth.

Synonyms of boat hook in English

bargepole

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n. fish hook

Definition of fish hook in English

Sharp piece of metal at the end of a fishing line, designed for catching fish.

Synonyms of fish hook in English

hookfishhook

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n. L hook

Definition of L hook in English

Screw with a head that is bent at a right angle and a tapered shaft, which is used a point of attachment from which to hang items.