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American English: /hoʊk/
British English: /həʊk/

transitive verb

  • (American English) [colloquial]to hoke it up
    actuar con afectación or amaneramiento
    Example sentences
    • That night they were fabulous, hoking it up and ‘yee-haw’ ing.
    • The principals of The Wandering Scholar hoke it up, but the piece can take it.
    • She has said that the cast was specifically asked to "hoke it up."

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