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Turkish translation of “hang”

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hang

verb
 
 
/hæŋ/ (hung)
FASTEN [I, T] B1 to fasten something so that the top part is fixed but the lower part is free to move, or to be fastened in this way
asmak, asılmak, sallandırmak
He hung his coat on the hook behind the door.Hanging and suspending
KILL [I, T] ( past also hanged) B2 to kill someone by putting a rope around their neck and making them drop, or to die in this way
idam etmek, asarak idam etmek
Hanging and suspendingDeath penalties
IN AIR [I] to stay in the air for a long time
asılı kalmak, havada kalmak, sallanmak
Thick fog hung over the town. →  See also be/hang in the balance , hang your head (in shame) Staying and remainingWaiting
(Definition of hang verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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