hooked

英 ['hʊkt] 美 [hʊkt]
  • adj. 钩状的;吸毒成瘾的;入迷的
  • v. 用钩固定;捉住(hook的过去分词)
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hooked (adj.)
Old English hoced, "shaped like a hook, crooked, curved;" past participle adj. from hook (v.). From mid-14c. as "having hooks;" 1610s as "caught on a hook;" 1925 as "addicted," originally in reference to narcotics. hooked rug is recorded from 1880.
1. Many of the leaders have become hooked on power and money.
很多领导人都变得贪恋权力和金钱。

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2. I'm guessing again now because I'm not hooked into the political circles.
我现在又是在猜测了,因为我没有涉足政界。

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3. He spent a number of years hooked on cocaine, heroin and alcohol.
他有好几年时间吸食可卡因和海洛因成瘾,还整日酗酒。

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4. He was thin and tall, with a hooked nose.
他又瘦又高,长着鹰钩鼻。

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5. Paul hooked his tractor to the car and pulled it to safety.
保罗把自己的拖拉机挂在汽车上,然后把它拉到了安全的地方。

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