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hang together

phrasal verb with hang uk   us   /hæŋ/ verb

hang together (STAY TOGETHER)

If ​peoplehang together, they ​help each other and ​work together to ​achieve something: If the ​oppositionparty can ​hang together over the next six ​months, they might just ​stand a ​chance of being ​elected.

hang together (WORK WELL)

mainly UK If the ​parts of something ​hang together, they are well ​organized or they ​seem to be ​true or ​correct: Somehow her ​story doesn't ​quitehang together.
(Definition of hang together from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “hang together”
in Chinese (Simplified) 团结一致, 团结一致,同心协力…
in Chinese (Traditional) 團結一致, 團結一致,同心協力…
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