hooked
adjective
1. (having the shape of a hook) 
a. aguileño (nose) 
The man had a large forehead and a hooked nose.El hombre tenía la frente grande y una nariz aguileña.
b. ganchudo (beak) 
The eagle began to devour the fish's flesh with its hooked beak.El águila empezó a devorar la carne del pez con su pico ganchudo.
2. (slang) (dependent) 
a. adicto 
Rob is hooked on drugs but he doesn't want to admit it.Rob es adicto a las drogas pero no quiere aceptarlo.
My mom thought she would try sleeping pills for a couple of nights, but now she's hooked.Mi mamá pensó que tomaría pastillas para dormir solo un par de noches, pero ahora está enganchada.
3. (colloquial) (enthusiastic about) 
My husband and I have been hooked on the series since the first season.Mi esposo y yo quedamos enganchados con la serie desde la primera temporada.
b. adicto 
Fernando is hooked on that role-playing game.Fernando es adicto a ese juego de rol.
hooked
adjective
1. (general) 
hooked nosenariz aguileña
2. (colloquial) 
to be hooked on somethingestar enganchado(a) a algo
hooked [hʊkt]
adjective
1 (having a hook) ganchudo
2 (addicted)
to be hooked on sth estar enganchado a algo (informal); ser adicto a algo; to be hooked on drugs estar enganchado a las drogas (informal); ser adicto a las drogas; to get hooked on sth volverse adicto a algo
she's hooked on cocaine/heroin I'm hooked on these chocolates
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