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hungverb

uk   us   /hʌŋ/
past simple and past participle of hang

hungadjective

uk   us   /hʌŋ/
having an equal or nearly equal number of members with opposing opinions, so that no decisions can be made: The general election in Britain was expected to result in a hung parliament. a hung jury
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