Sinónimos de hang en inglés:

hang

verbo

  • 1 lights hung from the trees
    be suspended, dangle, hang down, be pendent, swing, sway
  • 2 hang the pictures at eye level
    put up, fix, attach, affix, fasten, post, display, suspend, pin up, nail up
  • 4 he was hanged for murder
    string up, send to the gallows

Frases

hang around

informal
  • 1.1 they spent their time hanging around in bars
    loiter, linger, wait around, waste time, kill time, mark time, while away the/one's time, cool one's heels, twiddle one's thumbs; frequent, be a regular visitor to, haunt
    informal hang out in

hang on

  • 1.1 he hung on to her coat
    hold on to, hold fast to, grip, clutch, grasp, hold tightly to, cling to
  • 2.1 her future hung on their decision
    depend on, be dependent on, turn on, hinge on, rest on, be contingent on, be determined by, be decided by
  • 4.1 informal hang on, let me think
    wait, wait a minute, wait a second, hold on, stop; hold the line/phone
    informal hold your horses, sit tight, wait a sec

hang over someone

the threat of budget cuts is hanging over us be imminentthreatenbe closebe impendingimpendloombe on the horizon

Uso

hang, hanged, hung

In modern English, hang has two past tense and past participle forms: hanged and hung. Hung is the normal form in most general uses ( they hung out the wash ; she hung around for a few minutes ; he had hung the picture over the fireplace ), but hanged is the form normally used in reference to execution by hanging ( she was hanged as a witch in April 1621 )

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