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hang around to spend time in a place, or near another person, for little or no apparent purpose. [2 definitions]
hang glider a glider that looks like a large kite and is used for sailing in the air.
hang in the balance to be very uncertain.
hang on to cling tightly. [2 definitions]
hang out (informal) to spend a lot of time at a place with no particular purpose. [2 definitions]
hang up to put the telephone receiver back in its cradle. [2 definitions]
hang-up (informal) an unspecified psychological or emotional impediment or fixation. [2 definitions]