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To persist in a challenging situation. I know you're worried, but keep hanging in—the doctor will call soon.
Also, hang in there. Keep at something, persevere. For example, We decided to hang in until we had figured out why the experiment failed, or Hang in there! You'll soon catch on to the language. [Slang; mid-1900s]
To persevere: The politician decided to hang in the campaign despite the negative comments in the press.