Traducción de hang en español:
transitive verb past tense & past participle hung
- 1 1.1 (suspend)(dress/coat/picture/curtain)(washing)the play was simply a peg on which to hang her political messageto hang somethingla obra no era más que un vehículo para su mensaje político
withsomethingwe hung the trees with Chinese lanternsthe streets were hung with flagsadornamos or decoramos los árboles con farolilloslas calles estaban adornadas con banderasOraciones de ejemplo1.2 (put in position) to hang wallpaper
Oraciones de ejemplo1.3 (Cookery)
- Large pictures of fifties stars hung along the walls and a song from the musical Grease played on the jukebox in the corner.
- They looked at everything from the pictures hung neatly on the wall, to the conditions of the easy chairs and beds.
- Tammy and Greg's wedding picture was framed and hung perfectly on the wall.
(game)Oraciones de ejemplo1.4to hang one's head
- He noticed that the pendulums of the two suspended clocks, hanging side by side from a common support, were swinging together.
- Hanging a door correctly is one of the most satisfying jobs in the home improvement world, but it's often the most challenging.
- If you hang the gate as you are suggesting it will sag from the hinges and eventually just scrape on the floor.
bajar or inclinar la cabeza
- Anyone who can tell you how long to hang game, or any meat, unless you are using a butcher's chiller, is either a liar or a prophet.
- Their Aberdeen Angus feed on rich grass and organic hay, and the meat is hung for a minimum of 14 days to ensure optimum taste.
- Red meat is hung for at least 28 days, making for a memorable steak.
- 4also: past tense & past participle hanged or hung4.1 (kill) he hanged himself4.2 (in interj phrases) (especially British English) [colloquial] [dated] hang it!se ahorcóI'll be hanged if I'm going to stand for any more nonsense from her!¡caray! [colloquial] [anticuado]¡no pienso aguantarle más tonterías!¡que me aspen si le aguanto otra tontería! [colloquial] [anticuado]Oraciones de ejemplo
- He was grabbed from the arresting officer by a gang of masked men who tied a rope around his neck and hanged him.
- The most the state can do to you is lock you away for the rest of your life, or hang you by the neck until you are dead.
- The kidnappers drove to an abandoned farmhouse on the outskirts of the city where they tied a rope around the neck of their captive and hanged him from a locust tree.
intransitive verb past participle hung
- 1 1.1 (be suspended) the picture had always hung thereyour coat is hanging in the hallel cuadro siempre había estado (colgado) allíto hangtu abrigo está colgado en el vestíbulo
by/ from/ onsomethingit hung by an iron chaincolgar dealgoa splendid chandelier hung from the ceilingcolgaba de una cadena de hierroit's hanging on a pegdel techo colgaba una espléndida arañait's hanging on the wallcuelga de un ganchothey were hanging on his every wordestá colgado en la paredhang loose! (especially American English) [slang] to hang tough on something (American English)estaban totalmente pendientes de lo que decía or de sus palabrasif he hangs tough they will eventually give inmantenerse firme en algo1.2 (hover)si se mantiene en sus trece, terminarán cediendo(fog/smoke)(bird)to hangcernerse oversomethingthe mist hung over the marshesa question mark hangs over the future of the industryla bruma flotaba sobre las marismasI won't be able to enjoy myself if I have that piece of work hanging over meun interrogante se cierne sobre el futuro de la industriathe question hung in the air unansweredno me voy a poder divertir si tengo ese trabajo pendientela pregunta quedó flotando en el aireOraciones de ejemplo1.3
(clothing/fabric)that skirt hangs very wellesa falda tiene muy buena caída or cae muy bienOraciones de ejemplo
- The cigarette smoke hung like a thick bluish white haze throughout the room.
- Smoke hung thickly all around, like a dense fog, only more suffocating.
- On June 1, 1921 the smoke hung like a grey, acrid cloud over Greenwood.
Oraciones de ejemplo
- The soft fabric hung perfectly from Penelope's curves and the bright white complemented her dark skin.
- She made a rather scrawny boy and Bryson's garments hung loosely on her form, but she would pass.
- If you simply lay the pattern pieces anywhere on the fabric, ignoring the grain-lines, the finished garment will not hang right.
- Above it all, dark shapes hang suspended, almost motionless, swaying with the breeze.
- His arms hung down limply, one over the edge of the couch.
- From the side, you can check for the correct posture: spine straight but tilted, arms hanging freely and knees slightly flexed.
- 2also: past tense & past participle hanged or hung(be executed) Ver ejemplos: she thought he would hang for itto go hangshe can go hang for all I carecreyó que lo mandarían a la horca or lo ahorcarían por ellopor mí, que se pudra or que se muera [colloquial]
- 3(Computing)quedarse colgadoOraciones de ejemplo
- This article has all you need to know about issues with internal modems that may hang your system.
- Click on help, a browser window opens, click on connect to Ethernet, and it hangs forever.
- Upon reboot, however, the system hung at the Windows startup screen.
- (no plural) I don't like the hang of that dressnot to give a hang about something [colloquial]I don't give a hang about the future [colloquial] [dated]no me gusta la caída que tiene or como cae ese vestidoto get the hang of something [colloquial]me importa un bledo or un comino el futuro [colloquial]I used to ski well, but now I've lost the hang (of it)cogerle el tranquillo a algo (Spain) [colloquial]agarrarle or tomarle la mano a algo (Southern Cone) [colloquial]antes esquiaba bien pero he perdido la práctica
Verbos con partícula
- 1.1→ hang around 1 1.2 (stop, wait) (British English) [colloquial] (only in imperative) hang about: that can't be right!
- 1verb + adverb (stay, wait idly) Ver ejemplos: there's no point in hanging around: they're not coming back
- he went to the door, but the others hung back
- [colloquial] the business was losing money, but she hung in doggedly
- 1verb + adverb 1.1 (wait) can you hang on? I'll get a pencil
- 1verb + object + adverb, verb + adverb + object
- the story/plan doesn't hang together
- 1verb + adverb 1.1 to hang up
- → hang on 2
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