hang with

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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.
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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.
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While you don't have to hang with her 24/7 or invite her to every social event that pops up, be friendly, introduce her to your crew, and include her when you can.
Does he hang with the jocks or the boys in drama club?