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in Chinese (Traditional)

衣服, (衣服上的)兜帽,風帽, (為了擋住視線或不讓人認出而戴的)頭套,頭罩…

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衣服, (衣服上的)兜帽,风帽, (为了挡住视线或不让人认出而戴的)头套,头罩…

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capuche [feminine], capuchon [masculine], capot [masculine]…

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Adjective: Someone who is from an inner city and expresses the essence of urban culture. Not to be confused with ghetto because a person can be hood but not ghetto at all. Describing a person as 'hood" can be a positive compliment but describing someone as ghetto is usually derogatory. Many people that are "hood" are successful, classy individuals who not only survived the perils of the inner city but love their hometown and have a desire to make it better for everyone there. Whereas people described as ghetto are usually poor, trashy and uncouth. Back in the day, many "ghetto" people lived in the projects. "Hood" describes people from the hood who were raised with the hip hop era but are not and have never been ghetto. Many grew up in middle class households in the hood. They are home boys and home girls.

Dude is so hood. Did you peep his style?

by believer131 February 03, 2013

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Main meanings of hood in English

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Pronunciation /hʊd/

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noun

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

    ‘a jacket with a detachable hood’

    • ‘They wore duffel coats with the hoods up.’
    • ‘Right in front of her was a group people in cloaks, their hoods pulled over their faces to hide themselves, no doubt.’
    • ‘The figure wore a black cloak with the hood pulled over his or her face, making it impossible for the young man to see any distinct features.’
    • ‘When he checked the scene, he discovered the body of an elderly woman, dressed in a dark, oilskin coat with the hood up.’
    • ‘She was dressed in a dark cloak, with the hood pulled over her head.’
    • ‘On the rare occasions he has been out in Glasgow's city centre after dark, he has been wearing a duffel coat with a huge hood to hide him from unfriendly eyes.’
    • ‘The man with the gun, clad from head to toe in black clothing and wearing a balaclava underneath the hood of his coat, asked for money.’
    • ‘Besides, she had a black wig, black sunglasses, and a black coat with a hood.’
    • ‘He stood there in a black trench coat with a black hood over his face.’
    • ‘Today it was a long black trench coat with a hood that shaded his face from view.’
    • ‘‘Cool,’ she said as she put on a coat with a hood and started walking towards the door.’
    • ‘Ignoring the name, I slipped on the coat and tugged the hood over my face.’
    • ‘He stepped back into the snow, putting the hood of the coat over his head.’
    • ‘I put my coat on and my hood up so the police officer wouldn't recognize me.’
    • ‘He wore a baseball cap, light-coloured jogging bottoms, trainers and a big woolly duffel-type coat with a hood.’
    • ‘Snow was starting to settle on her shoulders and on the top of the hood of her coat.’
    • ‘The Ku Klux Klan, founded in the United States in 1866, wore white hoods and cloaks and carried burning crosses to terrorise people as part of their white supremacy policy.’
    • ‘They all wore cloaks with the hoods low on their faces.’
    • ‘A man in a dark cloak with a hood stood beneath the trees.’
    • ‘I had bought a cloak that had a hood so I could hide my face.’
    • ‘The attacker, whose face was covered by a hood, grabbed her from behind in the dark alley.’
    1. 1.1A 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.

      ‘Excited graduates walk up and down, parading their finery of gowns, hoods and mortarboards seemingly oblivious to the fact that these are colonial trappings.’

      • ‘It was Graduation day at de Montfort on Thursday, with hundreds of young people wearing their gowns and colourful hoods, and dozens of doting parents taking pictures.’
      • ‘During the afternoon ceremony, master's degrees were conferred on 510 new graduates wearing brightly colored hoods denoting their major.’
    2. 1.2Falconry A leather covering for a hawk's head.

      ‘There is a falcon hood - the brown leather dome, crowned with a tuft of feathers, is brittle like a little skull - and an envelope contains a watch.’

      • ‘Hoods are used to keep the bird calm during transport.’
      • ‘It's the same principal falconers use when they put a hood over a falcon's head.’
  • 2A thing resembling a hood in shape or use.

    ‘The charmer then makes rhythmic, elegant motions with the horn, which is correspondingly followed by the hood of the cobra.’

    • ‘Hoping for a procession of migrating raptors, I stretched out on the hood of my car.’
    • ‘He had processed a patient's bacterial culture without a safety hood.’
    • ‘Have you ever seen a dog jump onto the hood of a moving car?!’
    • ‘Treatment involves repair of the extensor hood with relocation of the extensor tendon.’
    • ‘Air deflectors installed in front of a vehicle's hood are also often designed to match the style of the vehicle's bumper.’
    • ‘A chemical fume hood is located in the main room.’
    • ‘Practice under the hood in good weather to do the hard stuff.’
    • ‘Fume hoods in the labs provide weak suction, preventing researchers from using toxic chemicals.’
    • ‘He kept a sawed-off shotgun in his trench coat and often stowed several ounces of meth under the hood of his car.’
    • ‘The upper lip, consisting of two fused petals, covers the pistils and stamens like a hood.’
    • ‘In case of rain, they can be made very effective as impervious hoods or umbrellas.’
    • ‘So we really don't want to open the hood of the car.’
    • ‘When we were trying to teach him to drive he kept getting out and attempting to climb on the hood of the truck.’
    • ‘I hit the frontside of his car and stopped just short of going over the hood.’
    • ‘The watch manager with Norfolk Fire Service, said: "The can of deodorant was left near the cooker hood in the kitchen.’
    • ‘However, the external hood does nothing for boot space, which isno better than in a car where the hood does steal from the luggage compartment.’
    • ‘Remind your customer - and yourself - that the first time she bought a car she didn't know anything about what was under the hood.’
    • ‘Even with the hood open, taller people will have problems as their heads will be in the air stream.’
    • ‘This can be achieved by allowing access through existing ventilation slits, louvres and hoods to self-contained nesting areas kept separate from the rest of the interior.’
    1. 2.1British A folding waterproof cover of a car, pram, etc.

      ‘One drawback about the folding hard top is that you can't get luggage out when the hood is folded down.’

      • ‘If the toy you choose has a clip, it will enable you to attach it to the front of the pram hood above the baby's head.’
    2. 2.2North American The hinged metal canopy covering the engine of a motor vehicle; the bonnet.

      ‘From hoods to hubcaps, mirrors to spoilers and even wheels, these cars feature a sleek design combined with affordable pricing.’

      • ‘The body panels, including the doors, the fenders, the hood and the tailgate are of course among the most vulnerable.’
      • ‘For example, aluminum is used for the hood, front and rear bumper beams, and rear suspension knuckle.’
      • ‘The engine is installed at a low angle in the vehicle leaving the hood more than three inches of deformation space before it hits the engine.’
      • ‘One person actually rolled over the hood and got caught between the hood and windshield.’
      • ‘I leaned across the hood of the vehicle and gazed through the tinted windshield.’
      • ‘The front and rear bumper beams are aluminum, as are the hood and the wagon's tailgate.’
      • ‘The front hood of John's jeep was seriously dented and crushed in.’
      • ‘The small electronic parts under the hood and in the dashboard are especially susceptible to water damage.’
      • ‘Parts of the vehicle, including the hood and bumper, were found 45 metres down the road.’
      • ‘Aside from giving your car a new look, swapping hoods and other body parts can help your vehicle run more smoothly and faster.’
      • ‘She screamed as she toppled onto the hood of the still-advancing vehicle.’
      • ‘Josh was leaning against the front hood of his black BMW, Jamie leaning out the window on the right side.’
      • ‘She had just turned the key in the ignition when there was a loud bang as something landed on the front hood of the truck.’
      • ‘When she didn't move, he crossed in front of the hood and opened her door for her.’
      • ‘He was able to break free of Adrian's grasp and jump up onto the hood of the vehicle.’
      • ‘Our hood was crumpled and the fender was dented, but the engine continued to run.’
      • ‘The roof was caved in, the passenger side was crushed, the windshield was blown out and the hood was twisted and distorted.’
      • ‘He laughed, and Kim followed him back past the cars with hoods up and tires removed.’
      • ‘Ever since I picked up my car from the mechanic the other day, there's been a rather irritating noise emanating from under the hood.’
    3. 2.3A canopy to protect users of machinery or to remove fumes from it.

      ‘Range hoods and fans remove grease and moisture from cooking, and so collect dirt.’

      • ‘In the real case, it is likely that combustion products would have been removed by the extraction hood, even after the fan had failed.’
      • ‘And all range hoods require occasional cleaning or replacing of the grease-covered metal filters.’
      • ‘The primary purpose of a laboratory hood is to keep toxic or irritating vapors and fumes out of the general laboratory working area.’
      • ‘When using a large apparatus inside the hood, place the equipment on blocks, when safe and practical, to allow air flow beneath it.’
      • ‘For example, on most bath fans and kitchen exhaust hoods, the damper is located on the housing of the fan unit, right at the point where the vent pipe attaches to the housing.’
      • ‘The rooms appear to have been used for some sort of scientific purpose - there are special fountains for washing eyes, and ventilation hoods in every lab.’
      • ‘Many extractor hoods have lights, which can be useful for spotlighting your hob.’
      • ‘Heavy insulation of the tank and hood helps maintain operating temperature and reduce energy requirements.’
    4. 2.4A structure or marking resembling a hood on the head or neck of an animal.

      ‘the hood of a rearing cobra’

      • ‘In breeding plumage, the adult has a dark hood with a black eye and bill.’
      • ‘To ward off trouble, cobras can rear up, and they have hoods that expand out like a half umbrella to make themselves appear bigger and scarier than they actually are.’
    5. 2.5The upper part of the flower of a plant such as a dead-nettle.
      • ‘White spots on the hood may be absent or occur in patches.’

verb

[with object]
  • Put a hood on or over.

    ‘she was forced into a car, hooded, and taken to a cell’

    • ‘He said the accused had also known she would recognise him so he added to her trauma by hooding himself, and to make sure he was not seen, had thrown a towel over her head.’
    • ‘In Camp Delta, this means shackling inmates for 20 hours a day, while hooding and beating them.’
    • ‘These sources say the prisoners there are hooded from the moment they are captured.’
    • ‘Basically they kicked down his door, rifled through his things, hooded him, and dragged him away.’
    • ‘The men were hooded and handcuffed and taken to a former torture centre.’
    • ‘From the moment they are captured, prisoners are hooded, shackled and accorded no rights whatsoever.’

Origin

Old English hōd, of West Germanic origin; related to Dutch hoed, German Hut ‘hat’, also to hat.

Main meanings of hood in English

: hood1hood2hood3

hood2

Pronunciation /hʊd/

See synonyms for hood

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noun

informal mainly North American
  • A gangster or similar violent criminal.

    • ‘I been beaten up by hoods’
    • ‘It's a film that focuses on ethics, be they pure or prurient, and how criminals and hoods can still require a sense of justice and fair play.’
    • ‘His connections to senior criminal organisations and well-placed hoods are known to police.’
    • ‘She also is fascinated by the hoods and low-lifes that Nick looks up as he meanders his way through the task of finding Clyde Wynant.’
    • ‘It's also a gangster film more interested in innocent bystanders than hoods or the police who chase them.’
    • ‘At the two minute mark, the first action scene begins as hoods try to carjack Will Smith's Porsche.’
    • ‘When it comes to robbing us blind, the Armani-clad criminals in corporate boardrooms have it all over the hoods on the street.’
    • ‘They look like mafia hoods and molls - all grey hair, badly fitting dark suits and chin stubble.’
    • ‘Up and Down opens with a couple of hoods smuggling a truckload of Indian refugees into the Czech Republic.’
    • ‘He has gone into hiding and a peculiarly Jamaican chaos has erupted as everyone - police, local yardies and hoods from afar - are after him, trying to track him down.’
    • ‘This British crime drama tracks a group of young hoods who try to swindle local crime boss Dad Savage.’
    • ‘They all look like hoods and he knows they will be hoods their whole lives.’
    • ‘On the other side of this pending transaction Rocky's heavy handed hoods were less than enthusiastic about doing business with operators like them.’
    • ‘In this Golden Age, the heroes were neither cops nor outlaws, doctors nor housekeepers, ranch-owners nor lawyers, spies nor mafia hoods.’
    • ‘The Pepper Street gang, of which Jackie was the acknowledged leader, was not a gang of drug-selling hoods.’
    • ‘It's a great honour to street hoods who slave away, pulling off heists so the upper bosses can get a cut of the profits, but to me it's just another society.’
    • ‘But his violent past finally catches up with the hood turned husband and father in this rumination on America's predatory predilection to use force.’
    • ‘Time and again, in areas where hardened hoods tread warily, I see lost tourists in leisurewear by Tommy Hilfiger and accessories by Gucci.’
    • ‘The police speak of a rising tide of knife crime, where everyone from misguided schoolkids to inner-city hoods are apparently arming themselves with flick knives, pen knives, machetes and swords.’

Origin

1930s abbreviation of hoodlum.

Main meanings of hood in English

: hood1hood2hood3

hood3

Pronunciation /hʊd/

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noun

(also 'hood)

informal mainly US
  • A neighbourhood, especially one in an urban area.

    • ‘I've lived in the hood for 15 years’
    • ‘They had ghastly visions of the boys in the hood heading for their neighborhoods next.’
    • ‘If you live in the hood, or are passing through Russian Hill and need to check mail on your laptop, Nook would be a worthy, comfortable place to stop.’
    • ‘Check them out, and if they play live in your hood go see them, you won't be disappointed.’
    • ‘He cruises the hood in a BMW.’
    • ‘You might not have a hood, but you will always have neighbors.’
    • ‘But to King's supporters, none of this justifies slashing services in the hood.’
    • ‘I also included a few other pics of places that are changing, or opening in the hood…’
    • ‘I love the lack of pretense in East Boston, which is why now I still visit the old hood because it's still home.’
    • ‘And if you're in the hood, make sure to come to the fabulous party tomorrow night.’
    • ‘Eventually the idealistic plans of keeping peace in the hood morphed into a criminal element never seen before in Los Angeles.’
    • ‘And after mentioning last week that we had thieves in the hood they came back again.’

Origin

1970s shortening of neighbourhood.

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hood

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noun

a soft or flexible covering for the head and neck, either separate or attached to a cloak, coat, or the like.

something resembling or suggesting such a covering, especially in shape, as certain petals or sepals.

the hinged, movable part of an automobile body covering the engine.

British. the roof of a carriage.

a metal cover or canopy for a stove, ventilator, etc.

Falconry. a cover for the entire head of a hawk, used when the bird is not in pursuit of game.

an ornamental ruffle or fold on the back of the shoulders of an academic gown, jurist's robe, etc.

a crest or band of color on the head of certain birds and animals.

verb (used with object)

to furnish with a hood.

to cover with or as if with a hood.

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Origin of hood

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before 900; 1925–30, Americanismfor def. 3; Middle English hode,Old English hōd; cognate with Old Frisian hōde,Dutch hoed,German Huthat

OTHER WORDS FROM hood

hoodless,adjectivehoodlike,adjective

Words nearby hood

Hon. Sec., Honshu, hoo, hooch, hoochinoo, hood, hooded, hooded crow, hooded seal, hooded top, hooded warbler

Other definitions for hood (2 of 5)

hood2

[ hood, hood ]

/ hʊd, hud /


nounSlang.

a hoodlum.

Origin of hood

2

First recorded in 1925–30; by shortening

Other definitions for hood (3 of 5)

'hood


nounSlang.

a neighborhood, especially an urban neighborhood inhabited predominantly by African Americans of low socioeconomic status: It’s hard for these kids to break the cycle of poverty and get out of the 'hood.

Origin of 'hood

First recorded in 1965–70; African American Vernacular English; by shortening

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noun

John Bell, 1831–79, Confederate general in the U.S. Civil War.

Raymond Math·ew·son[math-yoo-suhn], /ˈmæθ yu sən/, 1881–1934, U.S. architect.

Robin.Robin Hood.

Thomas, 1799–1845, English poet and humorist.

Mount,a volcanic peak in N Oregon, in the Cascade Range. 11,253 feet (3,430 meters).

Other definitions for hood (5 of 5)


a native English suffix denoting state, condition, character, nature, etc., or a body of persons of a particular character or class, formerly used in the formation of nouns: childhood; likelihood; knighthood; priesthood.

Origin of -hood

Middle English -hode, -hod,Old English -hād (cognate with German -heit), special use of hād condition, state, order, quality, rank

Dictionary.com Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2021

Words related to hood

kerchief, mantle, veil, shawl, bonnet, protector, hat, wimple, purdah, cowl, yashmak, babushka, mantilla, coif, capuchin, cover, shade, awning, canopy, calash

How to use hood in a sentence

  • Much of the problem with VPNs is that you can’t look under the hood and see what’s going on with your data.

    Free VPNs are bad for your privacy|Zack Whittaker|September 24, 2020|TechCrunch

  • Newsom cast the step, enshrined in an executive order he signed on the hood of an electric Ford Mustang Mach-E, as an economic opportunity as the state transitions away from fossil fuel production and consumption.

    California to ban new gasoline cars by 2035, a first in U.S.|Verne Kopytoff|September 23, 2020|Fortune

  • Next, we pull the hood off of our NBA RAPTOR model and talk a little bit about why it hates the Los Angeles Lakers.

    Why Our Model Hates The Lakers|Sarah Shachat|September 22, 2020|FiveThirtyEight

  • Since the onset of the pandemic, Arthrex has manufactured and donated thousands of face shields and protection hoods to date.

    How the Best Workplaces in Manufacturing have risen to the COVID-19 challenge|lbelanger225|September 10, 2020|Fortune

  • Arthrex will continue manufacturing the face shields and protection hoods for as long as needed during this unprecedented time.

    How the Best Workplaces in Manufacturing have risen to the COVID-19 challenge|lbelanger225|September 10, 2020|Fortune

  • Micah is 10 years old and he had a coat geared to the season, a Patagonia winter jacket with a hood.

    The Wildly Peaceful, Human, Almost Boring, Ultimately Great New York City Protests for Eric Garner|Mike Barnicle|December 8, 2014|DAILY BEAST

  • As McSpadden wailed in grief, Head climbed on the hood of the car to console her.

    The Baptism of Michael Brown Sr. and Ferguson’s Baptism by Fire|Justin Glawe|November 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST

  • They should put dude down in the hood and let him get what he deserves.

    Ferguson Tensions in Black and White|Seth Ferranti|November 21, 2014|DAILY BEAST

  • Was there a brief window where I relished it, where it proved something about the passage of teenager-hood to manhood?

    Leo, the Beard Has to Go: When a Man’s Facial Hair Reaches Crisis Point|Tim Teeman|September 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST

  • But it is clear why they consider him some Robin Hood and others considered him the devil.

    Gangster in Paradise: Benicio Del Toro Is Pablo Escobar|Alex Suskind|September 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST

  • The strains of the syren at last woke her uncle, and brought back Miss Hood, who suggested that it was late.

    The Pit Town Coronet, Volume I (of 3)|Charles James Wills

  • She wore a little red hood, and looked wistfully after Davy as the shop went out of sight.

    Davy and The Goblin|Charles E. Carryl

  • Robin Hood stared at him for a moment with a puzzled expression, and then walked into his little shop, and Davy turned away.

    Davy and The Goblin|Charles E. Carryl

  • Jefferson Davis disguised himself in the hood, shawl, and dress of his wife in 1865.

    Assimilative Memory|Marcus Dwight Larrowe (AKA Prof. A. Loisette)

  • No, there was nothing to worry about as long as that relentless hunter of criminals known as the Black Hood kept off their tail.

    Hooded Detective, Volume III No. 2, January, 1942|Various

British Dictionary definitions for hood (1 of 5)


noun

a loose head covering either attached to a cloak or coat or made as a separate garment

something resembling this in shape or use

the US and Canadian name for bonnet (def. 3)

the folding roof of a convertible car

a hoodlike garment worn over an academic gown, indicating its wearer's degree and university

falconrya close-fitting cover, placed over the head and eyes of a falcon to keep it quiet when not hunting

biologya structure or marking, such as the fold of skin on the head of a cobra, that covers or appears to cover the head or some similar part

verb

(tr)to cover or provide with or as if with a hood

Derived forms of hood

hoodless, adjectivehoodlike, adjective

Word Origin for hood

Old English hōd; related to Old High German huot hat, Middle Dutch hoet, Latin cassis helmet; see hat

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British Dictionary definitions for hood (4 of 5)


noun

Robin See Robin Hood

Samuel, 1st Viscount. 1724–1816, British admiral. He fought successfully against the French during the American Revolution and the French Revolutionary Wars

Thomas. 1799–1845, British poet and humorist: his work includes protest poetry, such as The Song of the Shirt (1843) and The Bridge of Sighs (1844)

British Dictionary definitions for hood (5 of 5)


suffix forming nouns

indicating state or condition of beingmanhood; adulthood

indicating a body of personsknighthood; priesthood

Word Origin for -hood

Old English -hād

Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1979, 1986 © HarperCollins Publishers 1998, 2000, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2012

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Hood definition of

\ ˈhu̇dHow to pronounce hood (audio)\

1a(1): a flexible covering for the head and neck

(2): a protective covering for the head and face

b: a covering for a hawk's head and eyes

c: a covering for a horse's headalso: blinder

2a: an ornamental scarf worn over an academic gown that indicates by its color the wearer's college or university

b: a color marking or crest on the head of an animal or an expansion of the head that suggests a hood

3a: something resembling a hood in form or use

b: a cover for parts of mechanismsspecifically: the movable metal covering over the engine of an automobile

cchiefly British : a top cover over the passenger section of a vehicle usually designed to be folded back

d: an enclosure or canopy provided with a draft for carrying off fumes, sprays, smokes, or dusts

e: a covering for an opening (such as a companion hatch) on a boat

\ ˈhu̇dHow to pronounce hood (audio), ˈhüdHow to pronounce hood (audio)\
\ ˈhu̇dHow to pronounce hood (audio)\

: a neighborhood and especially an inner-city neighborhoodalso: inner city

1: state : condition : quality : characterwidowerhoodhardihood

2: time : periodchildhood

3: instance of a (specified) state or qualityfalsehood

4: individuals sharing a (specified) state or characterbrotherhood

\ ˈhu̇dHow to pronounce Hood (audio)\

John Bell 1831–1879 American Confederate general

Samuel 1724–1816 1st Viscount Hood British admiral

Thomas 1799–1845 English poet

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Definition of a Hood Nigga

Or slaps in the face, I still didn't understand, but I realized that the process had started, ahhooo, etc. after about 15 minutes someone started to resent the whole entrance that the elevator was not working. And they began to ask who was there, Yes, what happened to the elevator. I guessed it myself, but the scent called me and told me to turn it on, I turned on the elevator, and.

Went home, of course, he came running to me and began to tell everything: I went to her, called her to talk for 5 minutes, she went outyou turned off the elevator, she got scared, saying that she was afraid she came closer to me, we talked and after a while I got up, grabbing her waist and kissed her, to which, in response, she hit me on the shoulder and pushed me so that I hit head against the elevator wall.

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