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Meaning of “sling” - Learner’s Dictionary

sling

verb     /slɪŋ/ ( past tense and past participle slung)
sling sth over/around/on, etc
to put something in a position where it hangs loosely: He slung his bag over his shoulder.Hanging and suspending
sling sth into/onto/under, etc
to throw something somewhere in a careless way: She slung her coat onto the bed.Throwing
Translations of “sling”
in Spanish colgar…
in Vietnamese đeo, treo, móc…
in Thai คล้อง…
in Malaysian gantung…
in French en bandoulière…
in German umhängen…
in Indonesian mencangklong…
in Chinese (Simplified) 扔, (随便)扔,丢, 把…扔给,把…扔向…
in Chinese (Traditional) 扔, (隨便)扔,丟, 把…扔給,把…扔向…
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