[ mˈiːt hˈʊks], [ mˈiːt hˈʊks], [ m_ˈiː_t h_ˈʊ_k_s]
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How to use "Meat hooks" in context?
Meat hooks aka hanging meat hooks, sometimes also called butcher hooks, are a type of kitchen utensil with a curved upper shaft that is typically screwed into a wall or beam to hold meat while it is being processed into meat products such as hams and bacon. Meat hooks are also used to hang meat while it is being cooked on a spit.
Homophones for Meat hooks:
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