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hang up

phrasal verb with hang   /hæŋ/ verb ( present participle hanging, past tense and past participle hung)

hang up

phrasal verb with hang   /hæŋ/ verb ( present participle hanging, past tense and past participle hung)
B1 to finish talking on the phone colgar When I said who I was, she just hung up.
noun   /ˈhæŋ.ʌp/ informal
a permanent and unreasonable feeling of anxiety about a particular feature of yourself complejo sexual hang-ups He’s one of these men who went bald very young and has a terrible hang-up about it.597
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