fish-hook

  • 1 fish|hook — «FIHSH HUK», noun. 1. a hook used for catching fish. Most fishhooks are barbed near the point so that the fish cannot easily slip off the hook. 2. Nautical. a large metal hook forming part of a pendant at the lower end of a fish tackle, used in… …

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  • 2 fish-hook — late 14c., from FISH (Cf. fish) (n.) + HOOK (Cf. hook) (n.) …

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  • 3 fish hook — ˈfish hook [fish hook] noun a sharp metal hook for catching fish, that has a point which curves backwards to make it difficult to pull out …

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  • 4 fish-hook — fishˈ hook noun A barbed hook for catching fish • • • Main Entry: ↑fish …

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  • 5 Fish hook — Fishhook redirects here. For other uses, see Fishhook (disambiguation). Anatomy of a fish hook A fish hook is a device for catching fish either by impaling them in the mouth or, more rarely, by snagging the body of the fish. Fish hooks have been… …

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  • 6 fish hook — 1) a bent piece of wire with its tip sharpened and often a barb below the tip used to catch fish. Available in many sizes and styles. May be single, double or treble but all these are counted as one hook in angling regulations. Hooks separated by …

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  • 7 fish-hook — 1) a bent piece of wire with its tip sharpened and often a barb below the tip used to catch fish. Available in many sizes and styles. May be single, double or treble but all these are counted as one hook in angling regulations. Hooks separated by …

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  • 8 fish hook — Cockney Rhyming Slang Book I ve read the new fish by Deighton …

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  • 9 fish·hook — noun, pl hooks [count] : a small curved piece of metal that is attached to the end of a piece of fishing line and used to catch fish …

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  • 10 fish hook — noun The name of the International Phonetic Alphabet character, used to represent an alveolar tap …

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  • 11 Fish Hook River — Der Fish Hook River in Park Rapids (2007)Vorlage:Infobox Fluss/KARTE fehlt Daten …

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  • 12 Fish Hook Marina Hotel — (Golfito,Коста Рика) Категория отеля: Адрес: Kilometro 2, avenida principal …

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  • 13 Fish Hook River — Geobox River name = Fish Hook River native name = other name = other name1 = image size = 300 image caption = The Fish Hook River in Park Rapids in 2007 country = United States state = Minnesota region = region1 = district = district1 = city =… …

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  • 14 Fish-Hook-Effekt — Die Artikel Hydrozyklon und Fliehkraftabscheider überschneiden sich thematisch. Hilf mit, die Artikel besser voneinander abzugrenzen oder zu vereinigen. Beteilige dich dazu an der Diskussion über diese Überschneidungen. Bitte entferne diesen… …

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  • 15 fish hook flea — a crustacean (Cercopagis pengoi, Cladocera) from the Black and Caspian seas now introduced to North American lakes. Their tails are long, spiny and shaped like a fish hook and they hook themselves together, clogging fish nets and lines …

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  • 16 fish-hook flea — a crustacean (Cercopagis pengoi, Cladocera) from the Black and Caspian seas now introduced to North American lakes. Their tails are long, spiny and shaped like a fish hook and they hook themselves together, clogging fish nets and lines …

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  • 17 fish hook wire — a wire of twisted strands with a piece of wire resembling a fish hook inserted at intervals …

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  • 18 fish-hook wire — a wire of twisted strands with a piece of wire resembling a fish hook inserted at intervals …

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  • 19 fish hook displacement — a medical condition in humans where the stomach is displaced. The orifice of the pylorus faces directly upward and the duodenum runs upward and to the right to join the pylorus at an angle, producing a constricting hook. Asymptomatic …

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  • 20 fish-hook displacement — a medical condition in humans where the stomach is displaced. The orifice of the pylorus faces directly upward and the duodenum runs upward and to the right to join the pylorus at an angle, producing a constricting hook. Asymptomatic …

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