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  • 81hang — I. verb (hung; also hanged; hanging) Etymology: partly from Middle English hon, from Old English hōn, verbt.; partly from Middle English hangen, from Old English hangian, verbi. & verbt.; both akin to Old High German hāhan, verbt., to hang,… …

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  • 82hang on — phrasal verb Word forms hang on : present tense I/you/we/they hang on he/she/it hangs on present participle hanging on past tense hung on past participle hung on 1) [intransitive] to hold tightly to something hang on to: The train rattled along… …

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  • 83hang — verb ADVERB ▪ limply, loosely ▪ He had lost weight and the suit hung loosely on him. ▪ uselessly ▪ Her injured arm hung uselessly at her side. ▪ upside …

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  • 84hang on — v. 1) (D; intr.) to hang on to ( to grasp ) (to hang on to the rail) 2) (D; intr.) to hang on to ( to keep ) (to hang on to one s privileges) * * * [ hæn ɒn] (D; intr.) to hang on to (to hang on to one s privileges; to keep ) (D;intr.) to hang on …

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  • 85Hang — The word hang or hanging can mean: *As in: hang on a second also and similar = wait a second *Hanging, a form of capital punishment. *Hang (musical instrument), a metallic drum. * Hang , a song by Avail from their 1996 album 4am Friday *hang… …

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  • 86hang on — Synonyms and related words: account for, accredit with, accrete to, accrue from, acknowledge, adhere, adhere to, agglomerate, all depend, apply to, arise from, ascribe to, assign to, attach to, attribute to, be based on, be contingent on, be… …

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  • 87hang — I hang 1. hang sb. (itk.) (løvværk) II hang 2. hang sb. (fk. el. itk.); have hang til III hang 3. hang vb., præt. af hænge, II …

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  • 88hang — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. suspend, dangle, sag; attach; depend, be contingent (on); string up, lynch. See pendency, connection, killing, relation. n., informal, knack, art, skill. II (Roget s IV) v. 1. [To suspend] Syn. dangle …

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  • 89hang up — 1) see hang 1) 2) PHRASAL VERB If you hang up or you hang up the phone, you end a phone call. If you hang up on someone you are speaking to on the phone, you end the phone call suddenly and unexpectedly. [V P n (not pron)] Mum hung up the phone …

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  • 90hang up — phrasal verb Word forms hang up : present tense I/you/we/they hang up he/she/it hangs up present participle hanging up past tense hung up past participle hung up 1) [intransitive] to stop using a telephone at the end of a conversation Greg hung… …

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  • 91hang —   Ho olewalewa, lewalewa, lewa, kau, kau lewa.   Also: alu, kaulei, kā awe, lī;    ♦ hang up, as telephone, kau;    ♦ hang down, hō alu, he e, mū olo, olo, luhe;    ♦ hang loose, mū olo, ku uwelu, olo olo;    ♦ hang short, kau ne ine i;    ♦ hang …

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  • 92Hang — der Hang, ä e (Mittelstufe) Teil eines Berges, der sanft abfällt Synonyme: Abhang, Berghang Beispiele: Er ist mit dem Schlitten den Hang hinuntergefahren. Der Hang ist mit Kiefern bewachsen. der Hang (Mittelstufe) eine besondere Vorliebe für etw …

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  • 93hang — verb 1) lights hung from the trees Syn: be suspended, dangle, hang down, be pendent, swing, sway 2) hang the pictures at eye level Syn: put up, fix, attach, affix, fasten, post …

    Thesaurus of popular words

  • 94hang —  1. n. Understanding. Usu. get the hang of Comprehend.  2. hang it! Excl. of annoyance. (Also numerous expressions with hang to denote anger or disappointment.) Also hang it all!  3. hang one (on somebody) Hit somebody with the fist …

    A concise dictionary of English slang

  • 95hang — See: GO HANG, GIVE A HANG or CARE A HANG, GIVE ONE ENOUGH ROPE, AND HE WILL HANG HIMSELF, LEAVE HANGING or LEAVE HANGING IN THE AIR …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 96hang — See: GO HANG, GIVE A HANG or CARE A HANG, GIVE ONE ENOUGH ROPE, AND HE WILL HANG HIMSELF, LEAVE HANGING or LEAVE HANGING IN THE AIR …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 97Hang Up — Infobox Single Name = Hang Up Artist = Andy Abraham from Album = The Impossible Dream B side = When I Fall In Love , Can t Take My Eyes Off You Released = March 27 2006 Format = CD single Recorded = 2006 Genre = Pop Length = 3:43 Label = BMG… …

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  • 98hang — 1. verb /hæŋ/ a) To be or remain suspended. The lights hung from the ceiling. b) To float, as if suspended. The smoke hung in the room. Syn: suspend …

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  • 99Hang — Hạng1 der; (e)s, Hän·ge; der schräg abfallende Teil eines Berges oder Hügels ≈ Abhang <ein steiler, steil abfallender Hang> || K: Berghang Hạng2 der; (e)s; nur Sg; der Hang zu etwas die Tendenz, etwas tun zu wollen, was sich oft negativ… …

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  • 100hang — See: go hang, give a hang or care a hang, give one enough rope and he will hang himself, leave hanging or leave hanging in the air …

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