Definition of hang-out in English:

hang-out

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noun

informal
  • A place one lives in or frequently visits: a club notorious in the area as a hang-out for the criminally inclined
    More example sentences
    • In an effort to reach out to such youngsters, in 1994 members of the committee took the initiative to pay frequent visits to teen hang-outs.
    • The idea was to create a juke box for all kinds of convivial settings-from parties in parks to hang-outs on college campuses.
    • Shopping areas, schools and colleges, hang-outs and eateries may be mushrooming but where is the space to park?
    Synonyms
    haunt, stamping ground, favourite spot, meeting place, territory, domain, purlieu, resort; den, nook, nest, refuge, retreat, hideout
    informal hidey-hole
    British informal local, patch, manor

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