English to Samoan Meaning :: hooked

Hooked :
faapipii
- faapipii

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(1) The American hooked rug dates to the nineteenth century.(2) She's probably got a hooked nose, a pointed hat, a large black cauldron, a broomstick and a black cat.(3) He was elderly gentleman, with slicked back gray hair, and a slightly hooked nose.(4) They are junkies, hooked on trivia, stimulation and scandal.(5) Her hair was a creamy light brown - almost blond - and her eyes shone bright green over a slightly hooked nose.(6) Although Colin Byrne was hooked on golf from an early age his transformation into one of the world's leading caddies was more accident than destiny.(7) The first was 6ft tall, in his mid 20s with fairly short, mousy brown hair and a large hooked nose.(8) The hooked tool works well but is limited in the cuts it can make.(9) He had the same light gray eyes and handsome, slightly hooked nose.(10) They discovered that those rats given a high-fat diet became hooked and displayed symptoms similar to those of a drug addict deprived of their fix if their fat was taken away.(11) My nose is thin, but more hooked than I would like.(12) There were many guest rooms, each with a white linen cover on the bed, a table, a chair, white curtains, an oval hooked rug next to the bed.(13) But of course he got hooked on crack before we could go out and do it.(14) After I read the first book I was hooked on the series and even though it is written for teens, it was something that I found extremely interesting to read.(15) With their hooked beaks they would scoop out small fish and algae and then gobble it up in a hurry.(16) He had short hair, and looked like an imp with a hooked nose.
Related Words
(1) hook ::
mātau
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Adjective
2. keen on ::
mana'o e
3. captivated ::
matuā
4. aquiline ::
aquiline
5. dependent ::
faalagolago
Verb
6. attach ::
noa
7. curl ::
faamo- moo
8. catch ::
puʻe
10. crochet ::
crochet
11. pilfer ::
pilfer
12. soak ::
faʻasū
13. addict ::
tagata 'ōnā i vailāʻau
14. accost ::
accost
15. snare ::
mailei
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