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  1. hood
    IPA[ho͝od]
  2. noun

    • 1. a covering for the head and neck with an opening for the face, typically forming part of a coat or sweatshirt:

      a jacket with a detachable hood
    • 2. a separate garment similar to a hood, worn over a college gown or a surplice to indicate the wearer's degree.

    • 3. a leather covering for a hawk's head.

    • 4. a thing resembling a hood in shape or use.

    • 5. a folding waterproof cover of an automobile, baby carriage, etc.

    • 6. the hinged metal canopy covering the engine of an automobile.

    • 7. a canopy to protect users of machinery or to remove fumes from it.

    • 8. a structure or marking resembling a hood on the head or neck of an animal:

      the hood of a rearing cobra
    • 9. the upper part of the flower of a plant such as a dead-nettle.

    verb

    • 1. put a hood on or over:

      she was forced into a car, hooded, and taken to a cell
  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: hood, plural noun: hoods

    • suffix字尾

      forming nouns denoting a condition or quality:

      forming nouns denoting a collection or group:

    • noun

      a gangster or similar violent criminal:
    • noun

      a neighborhood, especially one's own neighborhood:
    • noun

      a covering for the head and neck with an opening for the face, typically forming part of a coat or cloak:

      a large hood-shaped piece of fabric, typically trimmed with fur or a similar material, worn over the shoulders of a university gown or a surplice to indicate the wearer's degree.

    • verb

      put a hood on or over:
    • suffix字尾

      forming nouns denoting a condition or quality:

      forming nouns denoting a collection or group:

    • noun

      a gangster or similar violent criminal:
    • noun

      a neighbourhood, especially one in an urban area:
    • a semilegendary English medieval outlaw, reputed to have robbed the rich and helped the poor. Although he is generally associated with Sherwood Forest in Nottinghamshire, it seems likely that the real Robin Hood operated in Yorkshire in the early 13th century.
    • noun

      a person considered to be taking from the wealthy and giving to the poor.
    • noun

      a ventilated enclosure in a chemistry laboratory, in which harmful volatile chemicals can be used or kept.
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