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Definition of hang in in English:

informal Remain persistent and determined in difficult circumstances: in the second half, we just had to hang in there
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  • At least she's hung in there fighting for the principles Labor used to call foundational.
  • Swinford hung in doggedly and when they struck for a second goal, the gap was back to six points again.
  • It was close to being unplayable but I hung in well until my disappointing finish.
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