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hang out

Translation of hang out in Spanish:

  • 2verb + adverb 2.1 (dangle) See examples: with his shirt/tongue hanging out
    con la camisa/la lengua afuera
    all the wires were hanging out
    todos los cables estaban sueltos
    let it all hang out! [slang] [dated]
    ¡suéltate la melena! [colloquial]
    2.2 [colloquial] (live)
    (spend time)
    I don't hang out there a lot
    no ando mucho por allí
    to hang out with somebody
    andar con alguien
    2.3 (pass time) (American English) [slang]what've you been up to? — just hanging out
    ¿qué has estado haciendo? — nada, por ahí con los chicos ( or mis amigos etc)
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