hang about/around Meaning in the Essential American Dictionary

Meaning of "hang about/around" in Essential American English Dictionary

hang about/around

informal phrasal verb with hang
/hæŋ/ verb ( present participle hanging, past tense and past participle hung)
to spend time somewhere, usually doing little: Teenagers hang around on street corners.
Translations of “hang about/around”
in Korean 어슬렁거리다…
in Arabic يَتَسَكَّع…
in Portuguese vagar, vagabundar…
in Catalan passar l’estona (sense fer gaire res)…
in Japanese ぶらぶらする, たむろする…
in Italian ciondolare, bazzicare…
(Definition of hang about/around from the Websters Essential Mini Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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