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Can the word "crook" be translated as a verb with the meaning "to curve something"? (the Cambridge dictionary gives only one meaning (see the file) and it is not a verb) and, if it can, how are the past and past participle pronounced? are they [krukid] or [krukt]?

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Can the word "crook" be translated as a verb with the meaning "to curve something"? (the Cambridge dictionary gives only one meaning (see the file) and it is not a verb) and, if it can, how are the past  and past participle pronounced? are they [krukid] or [krukt]?
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