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idioms involving hang
A problem or obsession
Wada-san works out six days a week; he has a hang-up about gaining weight.
To spend time, to relax
Kanebo-san wants to find a new place to hang out after work because the pub we go to now is too crowded.
Note: Can also be used as a noun: Our hang-out is too crowded.
Hung up on
To be deeply involved in
The meeting would have finished by noon but we got hung up on budget revisions.
Get the hang of
To learn, to become comfortable with
It's a difficult job, Fuji-san. Don't expect to get the hang of it overnight.
Hang in there
Hang in there, Sasai-san. You will be fluent in English sooner than you think.