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  • 41 hang*/*/*/ — [hæŋ] (past tense and past participle hung [hʌŋ] ) verb I 1) [I/T] to put something somewhere with its top part fixed and its bottom part free to move, or to be in this position Hang your jacket there.[/ex] Philip hung his hat on a hook behind… …

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  • 42 hang — Synonyms and related words: act in concert, adhere, all depend, and quarter, art, aspire, associate with, attach, bag, be based on, be consistent, be contingent on, be dependent on, be dilatory, be logical, be poised, be predicated on, become… …

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  • 43 hang fire — Synonyms and related words: adjourn, be a sideliner, be dilatory, be still, be unproductive, bring up, bring up short, cease fire, coast, come to naught, come to nothing, come up short, continue, defer, delay, do nothing, drag out, draw up, drift …

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  • 44 back — See: BACK OF or IN BACK OF, BEHIND ONE S BACK, BRUSH BACK, COME BACK, CUT BACK, DOUBLE BACK, DRAW BACK, DROP BACK. EYES IN THE BACK OF ONE S HEAD, FADE BACK, FALL BACK, FALL BACK ON, FLANKER BACK. FROM WAY BACK, GET BACK AT, GET ONE S BACK UP,… …

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  • 45 back — See: BACK OF or IN BACK OF, BEHIND ONE S BACK, BRUSH BACK, COME BACK, CUT BACK, DOUBLE BACK, DRAW BACK, DROP BACK. EYES IN THE BACK OF ONE S HEAD, FADE BACK, FALL BACK, FALL BACK ON, FLANKER BACK. FROM WAY BACK, GET BACK AT, GET ONE S BACK UP,… …

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  • 46 back — See: back of or in back of, behind one s back, brush back, come back, cut back, double back, draw back, drop back. eyes in the back of one s head, fade back, fall back, fall back on, flanker back, from way back, get back at, get one s back up,… …

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  • 47 back down — Synonyms and related words: abjure, back off, back out, backpedal, backtrack, backwater, balance, balk, beat a retreat, beg off, break off combat, cave in, cease resistance, climb down, crawfish out, cry off, debate, deliberate, demur, deny,… …

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  • 48 hang off — intransitive verb : to hang back * * * hang off 1. To let go 2. To hold off • • • Main Entry: ↑hang …

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  • 49 hang off — Synonyms and related words: blench, boggle, demur, falter, fight shy of, flinch, hang back, have qualms, hesitate, hold off, make bones about, pause, pull back, quail, recoil, scruple, shrink, shy, shy at, stick at, stickle, strain, waver, wince …

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  • 50 hang behind — See: HANG BACK(1) …

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  • 51 hang behind — See: HANG BACK(1) …

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  • 52 hang off — intransitive verb Date: 1641 hang back …

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  • 53 hang an arse — verb to hang back, to be afraid to advance …

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  • 54 hang a leg — verb Hesitate; hang back …

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  • 55 hang behind — intransitive verb : to hang back …

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  • 56 Hang Cool Teddy Bear — Studio album by Meat Loaf Released 19 April 2010 …

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  • 57 Hang gliding — Hang glider launching from Mount Tamalpais …

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  • 58 Hang in Long Enough — «Hang in Long Enough» Сингл Фила Коллинза из альбома …But Seriously Выпущен сентябрь 1990 …

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  • 59 hang up — {v.} 1. To place on a hook, peg, or hanger. * /When the children come to school, they hang up their coats in the cloakroom./ 2a. To place a telephone receiver back on its hook and break the connection. * /Carol s mother told her she had talked… …

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  • 60 hang up — {v.} 1. To place on a hook, peg, or hanger. * /When the children come to school, they hang up their coats in the cloakroom./ 2a. To place a telephone receiver back on its hook and break the connection. * /Carol s mother told her she had talked… …

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