hang verb (FIX AT TOP)
Many of his finest pictures hang/are hung (= are attached to the wall so that they can be seen) in the National Gallery. 他有许多上乘画作在国家美术馆中展出。
- If I were you, I'd hang that sweater on the line and let it drip-dry.
- We could hang this picture on the wall next to the door.
- A string of onions hung from a beam in the kitchen.
- The shirts hanging on the line billowed in the breeze.
- Stand the paintings against the wall while we decide where to hang them.
hang verb (KILL)
With so little evidence to prove her guilt, few people thought she should hang. 没有什么确凿的证据证明她有罪，所以很少有人认为她会被绞死。
- The leaders of the rebellion were hanged as traitors.
- Ruth Ellis has the dubious distinction of being the last woman to be hanged in Britain.
- She said he should be hanged for what he has done, and that he does not deserve to live.
- Traitors would be publicly hung, drawn and quartered in Tudor times.
- The gibbet still stands today, at the crossroads where common criminals were hanged.
hang verb (STAY)
hang verb (BEND DOWN)
get the hang of sth C2 informal