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  • 21Hang On — may refer to: *Hang On, a 1985 Sega arcade game in which the player controls a motorcycle against time and other computer controlled bikes *Hang On, a post grunge song by Seether. * Hang On , a song by Teenage Fanclub from their 1993 album… …

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  • 22hang-up — /hang up /, n. Slang. 1. a preoccupation, fixation, or psychological block; complex: His hang up is trying to outdo his brother. 2. a source of annoying difficulty or burden; impediment; snag: The most serious hang up the project has is a… …

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  • 23Hang Li Po — ( zh. 汉丽宝) was the fifth wife of Malacca s Sultan Mansur Shah (reigning from 1456 to 1477). It is disputed whether such a person exists because she was never recorded as a princess in the Chinese court of the Yongle Emperor of the Ming Dynasty in …

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  • 24hang — vb hung also hanged, hang·ing vt: to suspend by the neck until dead esp. as a form of execution often hanged in the past tense vi 1: to die by hanging often hanged in the past tense he hang ed for his crimes …

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  • 25Hang-by — ( b[imac] ), n.; pl. {Hang bies} ( b[imac]z ). A dependent; a hanger on; so called in contempt. B. Jonson. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 26Hang — bezeichnet: eine auf natürliche Weise entstandene, geneigte Geländeoberfläche, siehe Böschung im Gebirge das lange Gefälle einer Bergflanke, siehe Steilhang eine gedankliche Nähe im Sinne der Philosophie, siehe Affinität (Philosophie) ein… …

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  • 27hang-on — /hang on , awn /, Informal. n. 1. something easily attached to or mounted on another surface or object, as a turbocharger or transceiver in an automobile, a unit suspendable from shelving, or a portable soap dish. adj. 2. pertaining to or… …

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  • 28hang in — persist in spite of adversity, 1969, see HANG (Cf. hang) (v.) + IN (Cf. in) …

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  • 29hang-up — hang ups N COUNT If you have a hang up about something, you have a feeling of fear, anxiety, or embarrassment about it. [INFORMAL] I don t have any hang ups about my body. Syn: inhibition …

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  • 30hang — [v1] suspend or be suspended adhere, attach, beetle, be fastened, be in mid air, be loose, bend, be pendent, be poised, bow, cling, cover, dangle, deck, decorate, depend, drape, drift, droop, drop, fasten, fix, flap, float, flop, furnish, hold,… …

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  • 31hang-on — /hang on , awn /, Informal. n. 1. something easily attached to or mounted on another surface or object, as a turbocharger or transceiver in an automobile, a unit suspendable from shelving, or a portable soap dish. adj. 2. pertaining to or… …

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  • 32hang|ar — «HANG uhr, guhr», noun, verb. –n. 1. a shed or garage for airplanes or airships. 2. a shed. –v.t. to put or keep in a hangar. ╂[< French hangar < Middle French hanghart, perhaps < Medieval Latin angarium place for shoeing horses, perhaps …

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  • 33hang|er-on — «HANG uhr ON, N», noun, plural hang|ers on. 1. a follower or dependent. SYNONYM(S): henchman. 2. an undesirable follower. SYNONYM(S): parasite. 3. a person who frequents a place seeking favors there …

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  • 34hang|er — «HANG uhr», noun. 1. a thing on which something else is hung. 2. a shaped piece of wood, wire, or plastic with a hook at the top, on which a coat, dress, skirt, or other garment is hung. 3. a loop or ring attached to something to hang it up by,… …

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  • 35Hang-up —   [dt. »Aufhängen«], das Beenden einer telefonischen DFÜ Sitzung. Ein Hang up wird meistens durch den Benutzer ausgelöst, allerdings können auch die Kommunikationsprogramme Signale aussenden, durch welche die technische Komponente der DFÜ (Modem …

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  • 36hang-up — hang ,up noun count INFORMAL 1. ) something that you are worried or embarrassed about, especially something that is not very important: She doesn t have any hang ups about her appearance. 2. ) AMERICAN a problem that causes a delay or difficulty …

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  • 37hang up — verbal phrase, c.1300; telephone sense by 1911. Noun hang up psychological fixation is first attested 1959, from notion of being suspended in one place …

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  • 38hang v — hang around, hangnail n, hang up n …

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  • 39hang up on — (someone) to end a telephone conversation before it is finished. I ve learned to hang up on people who call to sell me insurance and stuff …

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  • 40hang-up — hang′ up or hang′up n. Slang. 1) sts a preoccupation, fixation, or psychological block; complex 2) cvb sts a source of annoying difficulty or burden • Etymology: 1955–60 …

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