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hang around (somewhere)

UK also hang about (somewhere), hang round (somewhere)
phrasal verb with hang uk   /hæŋ/ us   /hæŋ/ verb
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hang around (somewhere)

phrasal verb with hang us   /hæŋ/ verb past tense and past participle hung /hʌŋ/
to wait at a place, or to stay near a place or person, often for no particular reason: We were just hanging around the mall. She hangs around with some tough kids.
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Translations of “hang around (somewhere)”
in Chinese (Simplified) 闲逛,闲荡…
in Chinese (Traditional) 閒逛,閒蕩…
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