hang (something)

hang (something)

A phrase used when one is being dismissive of something. Primarily heard in UK. Oh, hang the cost—I just need any hotel room you have.
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ˈhang something

(British English, spoken) used to say that you are not going to worry about something: Oh, let’s get a taxi and hang the expense!
See also: hang, something
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hang

verb

hang

in. to hang around; to spend time aimlessly. My mom yelled at me because I spent all day hanging with the guys.
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