1 a device providing a connection between a power source and a user; "some campsites have electrical hookups for trailers"
2 a system of components assembled together for a particular purpose [syn: assemblage]
- For the purpose of connecting.
- I need to buy some hookup wire.
- A connection.
- The plumber came to fix the sewer hookup.
- the verb hook up
Hook-up or hook up has several meanings:
- Making a connection, especially an electrical connection
- An electrical connector
- 'Meet up.'
- In urban slang, a discount
- In urban slang, a drug dealer
- Hooking Up is a collection of essays and short stories by American author Tom Wolfe.
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