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  • 161hang-up — a fear or phobia, a personal problem    For me, marriage is a hang up. I can t commit to one person …

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  • 162hang in — persevere, don t give up You should hang in there and don t quit your job just because you don t like the supervisor …

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  • 163Hang it! — a rather old expression used to express annoyance or disappointment Hang it , he said when he hit his finger with the hammer …

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  • 164hang on to — hold tightly, keep firmly Please hang on to your hats or the strong wind will blow them off …

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  • 165hang up — 1) place on a hook, peg or hangar Everyone was forced to hang up their jackets before they entered the room. 2) place a telephone receiver back on the telephone and break the connection After he hung up the telephone he left to go to work …

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  • 166hang on — 1》 hold tightly.     ↘informal remain firm or resolved. 2》 informal wait for a short time. 3》 be contingent or dependent on. 4》 listen closely to. → hang …

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  • 167hang up — end a telephone conversation by cutting the connection. → hang …

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  • 168hang it up — to stop doing something. If you weigh less than 250 pounds and want to play football, you might as well hang it up. Related vocabulary: give up Etymology: from the idea of hanging up your clothing or equipment when you are finished using it …

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  • 169Hang on a mo. — informal, informal something that you say when you want someone to wait a short time. If you hang on a mo, I ll just check whether Barbara s in her office …

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  • 170hang up — to end a telephone connection. I can t think of his name, but it ll come to me as soon as we hang up …

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  • 171hang — I. v. a. 1. Suspend. 2. Execute (by the halter), hang by the neck. 3. Attach (so as to swing). 4. Incline (the head), decline, drop, droop bend down, let droop. 5. Drape, adorn with hangings. II …

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  • 172hang-up — noun Louie has a hang up about dirty windows Syn: neurosis, phobia, preoccupation, fixation, obsession, idée fixe; inhibition, mental block, psychological block, block, difficulty; informal complex, thing, bee in one s bonnet …

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  • 173hang-up — Noun. An emotional problem, a psychological disturbance. E.g. He needs counselling to sort out his hang ups …

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  • 174hang — verb 1) lights hung from the trees Syn: be suspended, dangle, swing, sway, hover, float 2) hang the picture at eye level Syn: suspend, put up, pin up, display 3) …

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  • 175ˌhang ˈon — phrasal verb 1) to hold tightly to something 2) spoken to wait, or to be patient I think we should hang on and see the end of the game.[/ex] …

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  • 176hang —   (rake & hang)   v.    to cause a top or master pin to rest on the plug when picking …

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  • 177hang —    1. When a program waits for an event that never occurs, as in the program hangs waiting for a character from the keyboard.    2. A slang expression used when attaching a new piece of hardware to a system, usually an external device attached by …

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  • 178hang — s ( et, hang) bergssluttning …

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  • 179Hang — nuokalnė statusas T sritis ekologija ir aplinkotyra apibrėžtis Nuožulnus kalno ar kitokios aukštumos ruožas. Gali būti mažo (5–15°), vidutinio (15–25°) ir didelio (daugiau kaip 25°) nuolydžio. atitikmenys: angl. acclivity; declivity; slope vok.… …

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  • 180Hang — šlaitas statusas T sritis ekologija ir aplinkotyra apibrėžtis Gruntinių hidrotechninių įrenginių, iškasų ir pylimų šoninis paviršius. atitikmenys: angl. acclivity; declivity; mountainside; slope vok. Abhang, m; Böschung, f; Hang, m rus. откос, m; …

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