Definition of group hug in English:

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  • An instance of a number of people embracing one another simultaneously, typically to provide support or express solidarity: no alternative therapy workshop would be complete without group hugs
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    • If it's not enough to see the band soundcheck, do interviews, participate in group hugs and create no havoc backstage whatsoever, there's also a full concert, recorded in Australia in 2003.
    • Instead of group hugs, what is required is a compromise.
    • Group hugs end each show.

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