Definition of hang out phrasal verb from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

 

hang out

 phrasal verb
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(informal) to spend a lot of time in a place The local kids hang out at the mall. related noun hang-out
(especially British English) to attach things that you have washed to a piece of thin rope or wire, etc. outside so that they can dry; to attach something such as a flag outside a window or in the street Have you hung the washing out? They hung out banners that said ‘Stop the war!’

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