Hay 3 definiciones de hock en inglés:

hock1

Saltos de línea: hock

sustantivo

1The joint in a quadruped’s hind leg between the knee and the fetlock, the angle of which points backwards.
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  • These diseases can affect the shoulder, elbow, knee, or hock joints in animals.
  • He had exceptional conformation, very correct legs, hocks, and knees.
  • It primarily occurs in the shoulder or elbow joints, but it can affect the hocks or stifles, too.
2A knuckle of meat, especially of pork or ham.
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  • If you wish, add the meat from the hock and season with salt and pepper.
  • Remove the ham hock, de-bone, dice, and add to the base.
  • Use a smoked gammon knuckle, smoked ham hock or whatever smoked bacon bones you can find - or talk your butcher into selling you the ham bone when they get to the end of carving off the meat.

Origen

late Middle English: variant of hough.

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Palabra del día conspicuous
Pronunciación: kənˈspɪkjʊəs
adjective
clearly visible

Hay 3 definiciones de hock en inglés:

hock2

Saltos de línea: hock

verbo

[with object] informal
Deposit (an object) with a pawnbroker as security for money lent.
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  • The enlisted servicemen and women hock stuff in the pawn shops and borrow against payday.
  • They had concerns at the time that Herd would hock the cup for drinking money.
  • We are pretty much the pimps of capitalism, hocking the wares of whoever shows us the money.

Origen

mid 19th century (in the phrase in hock): from Dutch hok 'hutch, prison, debt'.

Frases

in hock

Having been pawned: the family jewels are in hock already
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  • Worse: rather than being self-denying while you retrain for more lucrative employment, should you put the contents of your workshop in hock and live it up at the nearest Ritz-Carlton?
  • In Washington, antiques, glasses and brassbound telescopes that had been in hock for decades are being snapped up by a rush of buyers.
  • But, unlike pawnshops in most countries, the real business is a steady stream of people putting their homes in hock.
In debt: the women were in hock to extortionate moneylenders
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  • In other words they are in hock to the government, who control their spending.
  • Because it doesn't depend on heavy machinery, this farm, unlike most, isn't in hock to the bank’.
  • The women were in hock to extortionate moneylenders.

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Hay 3 definiciones de hock en inglés:

hock3

Saltos de línea: hock

sustantivo

[mass noun] British
A dry white wine from the German Rhineland.
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  • This name being a bit of a tongue twister for the petite bourgeoisie who were immediately attracted to it, the truncated version, hock, became the name for every wine from the Rhine.
  • Let’s have a glass of hock, shall we?
  • The head of a boisterous party of ex-public schoolboys calls over the waiter and asks for a bottle of hock.

Origen

abbreviation of obsolete hockamore, alteration of German Hochheimer (Wein) '(wine) from Hochheim'.

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