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to suspend, be suspended, or lean, esp from an opening, as for display or airing:
to hang out the washing
) to live at or frequent a place:
the police know where the thieves hang out
to frequent the company (of someone)
) to relax completely in an unassuming way (esp in the phrase
let it all hang out
) to act or speak freely, in an open, cooperative, or indiscreet manner
) a place where one lives or that one frequently visits
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition
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