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English definition of “hang together”

hang together

verb uk phrasal verb with hang   /hæŋ/ us  

(STAY TOGETHER)

If people hang together, they help each other and work together to achieve something: If the opposition party can hang together over the next six months, they might just stand a chance of being elected.

(SEEM TRUE)

If the parts of something hang together, they are well organized or they seem to be true or correct: Somehow her story doesn't quite hang together.
(Definition of hang together from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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