How to Conjugate Hook Up
- Infinitive: Hook Up
- Present Tense: Hook Up
- -ing Form: Hooking Up
- Past Tense: Hooked Up
- Past Participle: Hooked Up
Definitions of Hook Up:
1. When you connect two electrical devices together.
Examples: Can you hook up the speakers to the amplifier?
I forgot to hook up my phone to the charger last night, so the battery is dead.
2. To begin a relationship or to meet with someone.
Examples: My mom and dad hooked up at their senior prom, and nine months later I was born.
Steve hooked up with the other board members to plan their company’s agenda.
3. To give someone something for free or for a price lower than the market value.
Examples: Stacy’s friend works at Louis Vuitton, so she is always hooking her up with shoes and purses for half the price.
My cell phone provider hooked me up with a free phone upgrade.
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