- 1verb + adverb (stay, wait idly) See examples: there's no point in hanging around: they're not coming backI hung around to see what would happenno vale la pena esperar, no van a volverI've been hanging around all day waiting for her to callme quedé por ahí para ver qué pasabahe saw them hanging around outsidehe estado todo el día aquí plantado, esperando que me llamehe kept us hanging around for an hourlos vio merodeando or rondando por allímostly they just hang around on street cornersnos tuvo esperando una horaI don't like the people you hang around with once he's decided, he won't hang aroundpasan la mayor parte del tiempo en la calle, holgazaneandouna vez que se decida, no va a andar con vueltas [colloquial]
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