Hook into

Hook into
become an integral part of

Dictionary of Australian slang . 2013.

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  • hook into — (informal) To form a connection or association with • • • Main Entry: ↑hook * * * hook into [phrasal verb] hook into (something) informal : to become connected to (something, such as a computer network or a source of electrical power) We don t… …   Useful english dictionary

  • hook into — phrasal verb [transitive] Word forms hook into : present tense I/you/we/they hook into he/she/it hooks into present participle hooking into past tense hooked into past participle hooked into 1) hook into something to become connected to something …   English dictionary

  • hook into sth — UK US hook (sth) into sth Phrasal Verb with hook({{}}/hʊk/ verb [T] ► [I or T] IT, INTERNET, COMMUNICATIONS to become connected or to connect something to a computer or telephone system: »After the takeover, one of the company s first acts was to …   Financial and business terms

  • hook into — Australian Slang become an integral part of …   English dialects glossary

  • hook — [[t]h ʊk[/t]] ♦♦♦ hooks, hooking, hooked 1) N COUNT A hook is a bent piece of metal or plastic that is used for catching or holding things, or for hanging things up. One of his jackets hung from a hook. ...curtain hooks... He felt a fish pull at… …   English dictionary

  • hook — I UK [hʊk] / US noun [countable] Word forms hook : singular hook plural hooks ** 1) a curved piece of metal or plastic for hanging things on He hung his coat on a hook on the back of the door. a) a small curved piece of metal or plastic used for… …   English dictionary

  • hook — ▪ I. hook hook 1 [hʊk] verb [transitive] 1. informal to succeed in attracting someone: • These tactics have helped hook such big clients as Coca Cola. 2. to connect one piece of electronic equipment to another piece of equipment or to an… …   Financial and business terms

  • hook — 01. He put a worm on the [hook] and dropped his line into the water. 02. A couple of fish have touched the [hook], but nothing has bitten yet. 03. I drilled a hole in the wall to put the picture [hook] into. 04. He [hooked] the trailer to the car …   Grammatical examples in English

  • hook sth into sth — UK US hook (sth) into sth Phrasal Verb with hook({{}}/hʊk/ verb [T] ► [I or T] IT, INTERNET, COMMUNICATIONS to become connected or to connect something to a computer or telephone system: »After the takeover, one of the company s first acts was to …   Financial and business terms

  • Hook, New Zealand — Location map New Zealand label=Hook lat dir=S | lat deg=44 | lat min=41 lon dir=E | lon deg=171 | lon min=08 position=right width= 150 float=right caption=Hook is a lightly populated locality in the southern Canterbury region of New Zealand s… …   Wikipedia

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