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hang English Thesaurus

lanterns hung from the ridgepole of the tent

hang-up English Thesaurus

people with hang-ups about their age

hang-out English Thesaurus

this place was a favourite student hang-out

hang British & World English

Suspend or be suspended from above with the lower part dangling free

hang English-Spanish

colgar*

hanged in hang British & World English

Kill (someone) by tying a rope attached from above around their neck and removing the support from beneath them (often used as a form of capital punishment)

hang in in hang British & World English

Remain persistent and determined in difficult circumstances

hang of British & World English

Used to emphasize something very bad or great

hang in British & World English

Remain persistent and determined in difficult circumstances

hang on British & World English

Hold tightly

hang up British & World English

Hang from a hook

hang-up British & World English

An emotional problem or inhibition

hang-up English-Spanish

complejo m, trauma m

hang fire in hang British & World English

Delay or be delayed in taking action or progressing

hang ten in hang British & World English

Ride a surfboard with all ten toes curled over the board’s front edge

hang out in hang British & World English

(Of washing) hang from a clothes line to dry

hang fire British & World English

Delay or be delayed in taking action or progressing

hang ten British & World English

Ride a surfboard with all ten toes curled over the board’s front edge

hang back British & World English

Remain behind

hang out British & World English

(Of washing) hang from a clothes line to dry

hang-out British & World English

A place one lives in or frequently visits

hang time British & World English

The number of seconds during which a punted ball is in the air

hang loose in loose British & World English

Be relaxed; refrain from taking anything too seriously

hang loose British & World English

Be relaxed; refrain from taking anything too seriously

hang heavily in hang British & World English

(Of time) pass slowly

hang of in hang British & World English

Used to emphasize something very bad or great

hang tough in hang British & World English

Be or remain inflexible or firmly resolved

hang tough British & World English

Be or remain inflexible or firmly resolved

hang around British & World English

Loiter; wait around

hang-glider British & World English

An unpowered flying apparatus for a single person, consisting of a frame with a fabric aerofoil stretched over it. The operator is suspended from a harness below and controls flight by body movement

hang-glide English-Spanish

volar* con ala delta

hang glider English-Spanish

ala f‡ delta, deslizador mMéx

hang something on in hang British & World English

Attach the blame for something to (someone)

hang together in hang British & World English

Make sense; be consistent

hang up on in hang British & World English

End a telephone conversation with (someone) by abruptly and unexpectedly cutting the connection

hang something up in hang British & World English

Hang something on a hook

hang heavily British & World English

(Of time) pass slowly

hang together British & World English

Make sense; be consistent


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