- अडकवणे ⇄ hang marathi
- घोटाळणे ⇄ hang marathi
- टांगणे ⇄ hang marathi
- टांगले जाणें ⇄ hang marathi
- टांगा ⇄ hang marathi
- फाशी देणे ⇄ hang marathi
- फासावर लटकवणे ⇄ hang marathi
- लटकणे ⇄ hang marathi
- लटकवणे ⇄ hang marathi
- लटकवा ⇄ hang marathi
- लटकावणें ⇄ hang marathi
- लावणे ⇄ hang marathi
- लोंबकळणे ⇄ hang marathi
- लोंबणे ⇄ hang marathi
hang in Gujarati ગુજરાતી
- અમુક અર્થમાં ઉપરથી લટકવું ⇄ hang gujarati
- ટાંગવું ⇄ hang gujarati
- નીચે પડવા દેવું ⇄ hang gujarati
- બારણાં ઈ.ને મજાગ રા પર બેસાડવું ⇄ hang gujarati
- ભી ંતે (કાગળ) ચોઢવો ⇄ hang gujarati
- ભીંતે કે પ્રદર્શનમાં ચિત્ર મૂકવું. ફાંસીએ દેવું – લટકાવવું–લટકવું ⇄ hang gujarati
- લટકતું હોવું – રહેવું. લટકવાની રીત – ઢબ ⇄ hang gujarati
- લટકાવવું ⇄ hang gujarati
hang in Kashmiri कॉशुर
- اَلونٛد تھاوُن،اویزان تھاوٕنۍ ⇄ hang kashmiri
- اَلونٛد،اَویزان ⇄ hang kashmiri
- پھٲنسۍ دِنۍ ⇄ hang kashmiri
hang in English
- hang ⇄ adj. hangable. english
- hang ⇄ expr. hang around (with), (Informal.) to keep company (with).
Ex. A mutual friend suggested I meet and hang around with him (Bruce Jay Friedman).english
- hang ⇄ expr. hang back, to be unwilling to go forward; be backward.
Ex. There were definite signs that industry was hanging back, waiting for the legislation that would pump Government money into training schemes (London Times).english
- hang ⇄ expr. hang in there, (Informal.) to hold on; be unwilling to let go, stop, or leave.
Ex. He has a long history of ... confronting adversities, and it would be in his nature to hang in there and fight (Atlantic).english
- hang ⇄ expr. hang it! an expression of annoyance.
Ex. Hang it! I forgot my keys.english
- hang ⇄ expr. hang on,
a(1). to hold tightly (to).
Ex. Hang on to my hand when we go down these steep stairs.
Ex. The injured man hung on to life and recovered.
b. (Figurative.) to consider or listen very carefenglish
- hang ⇄ expr. hang one on, (Slang.)
a. to land a punch; hit hard.
Ex. He had finally lost his temper and hung one on the sergeant's chin (New York Times).
b. to get excessively drunk.
Ex. I wish she would let me alone for at least an hoenglish
- hang ⇄ expr. hang out,
a. to show by hanging outside.
Ex. to hang out a flag.
b. to lean out.
Ex. to hang out of a window.
c. (Informal.) to keep company.
Ex. ""I've done told him time and time again to stop hanging out wienglish
- hang ⇄ expr. hang over,
a. to be about to happen to; threaten.
Ex. The prospect of defeat hangs over that political party.
b. (Informal.) to remain from an earlier time or condition.
Ex. Isolationism still hangs over parts of the countenglish
- hang ⇄ expr. hang together,
a. to stick together; support each other.
Ex. We must all hang together, or assuredly we shall all hang separately (attributed to Benjamin Franklin).
b. (Figurative.) to be coherent or consistent.
Ex. The stenglish
- hang ⇄ expr. hang up,
a. to put on a hook, peg, or other fixture.
Ex. What heathen would have dar'd to strip Jove's statue of his oaken wreath, And hang it up in honour of a man? (William Cowper).
b. to put a telephone receiver back in placeenglish
- hang ⇄ expr. let it all hang out, (U.S. Slang.)
a. to be or become carefree; let one's hair down.
Ex. One area where the annual urge to let it all hang out is as strong as ever is the Rhineland with its century-old tradition of blowing off steam (Tenglish
- hang ⇄ hang, verb, hungor (especially for execution or suicide)hanged,hanging,noun. english
- hang ⇄ noun 1. the way that a thing hangs.
Ex. She changed the hang of her skirt.
2. (Informal.) the way of using or doing.
Ex. Riding a bicycle is easy after you get the hang of it.
3. (Figurative. Informal.) idea; meaning.
- hang ⇄ v.i. 1. to be fastened to something above; dangle.
Ex. The swing hangs from a tree. The folds of her evening gown hang gracefully.
2. to be fastened so as to swing or turn freely.
Ex. The door hangs badly.
3. to die by hanging,english
- hang ⇄ v.t. 1. to fasten to something above; suspend.
Ex. Hang your cap on the hook.
2. to fasten so as to leave swinging freely.
Ex. to hang a door on its hinges.
3. to put to death by hanging with a rope around the neck.