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"hang out" in British English

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hang out

informal
phrasal verb with hang uk   /hæŋ/  us   /hæŋ/ verb
B1 to spend a lot of time in a place or with someone: You still hang out at the pool hall? I've been hanging out backstage with the band.

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hang out

infml
phrasal verb with hang  us   /hæŋ/ verb (past tense and past participle hung  /hʌŋ/ )
to spend a lot of time in a place or with someone: Who is he hanging out with these days?
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