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hang with

1. To suspend someone or something by using something in particular (named after "with"). In this usage, a noun or pronoun can be used between "hang" and "with." Do you think I can hang this frame with just one nail?
2. slang To spend time with someone. I used to hang with Chelsea a lot more before she started dating Drew.
See also: hang

hang someone or something with something

to suspend someone or something with something, such as a rope, chain, thread, etc. (The past tense hanged is usually used only with the hanging of people.) The executioners hanged the criminal with a rope and later with a chain. They hung the picture with a golden cord.
See also: hang

hang with someone

Sl. to spend or waste time with someone. Dave spent the afternoon hanging with Don, and neither one got anything done. I'm going down to the corner and hang with the guys.
See also: hang

hang with someone

in. to hang around with someone. I’m going down to the corner and hang with the guys.
See also: hang, someone
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