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hang (or stay) loose

Definition of hang or stay loose in English:

[often as imperative] informal , chiefly North American Be relaxed; refrain from taking anything too seriously: hang loose, baby!
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  • Still, if you go in not expecting very much, and relax and just hang loose, you will find a lot to smile about.
  • He likes to joke around and is tremendous about creating a positive atmosphere so the guys can stay loose.
  • The key I believe is to stay loose and just write whatever pops into your head.
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