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hang British & World English

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

hang English Thesaurus

lanterns hung from the ridgepole of the tent

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 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 up British & World English

Hang from a hook

hang-up British & World English

An emotional problem or inhibition

hang-up English Thesaurus

people with hang-ups about their age

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 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-out English Thesaurus

this place was a favourite student hang-out

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 loose British & World English

Be relaxed; refrain from taking anything too seriously

hang heavily British & World English

(Of time) pass slowly

hang together British & World English

Make sense; be consistent

hang a left British & World English

Make a left (or right) turn

get the hang of British & World English

Learn how to operate or do (something)

hang something on British & World English

Attach the blame for something to (someone)

hang something out British & World English

Hang something on a line or pole or from a window

hang something up British & World English

Hang something on a hook

Hang Seng index British & World English

A figure indicating the relative price of shares on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange

hang by a thread British & World English

Be in a highly precarious state

let it all hang out British & World English

Be very relaxed or uninhibited

hang out one's shingle British & World English

Begin to practise a profession

hang someone out to dry British & World English

Leave someone in a difficult or vulnerable situation

a peg to hang something on British & World English

Something used as a pretext or occasion for the treatment of a wider subject

hang of in hang British & World English

Used to emphasize something very bad or great

hangdog British & World English

Having a dejected or guilty appearance; shamefaced

rehang British & World English

Hang (something) again or differently

give a dog a bad name and hang him British & World English

It’s very difficult to lose a bad reputation, even if it’s unjustified

a hang of a in hang British & World English

Used to emphasize something very bad or great

hang ten in hang British & World English

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

hang on in hang English Thesaurus

he hung on to the back of her coat

hang out in hang English Thesaurus

he spent a lot of time hanging out with other musicians

hang fire in hang British & World English

Delay or be delayed in taking action or progressing

hang back in hang English Thesaurus

she hung back, scared to face the old woman


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