hang

hang
hæŋ
past tense, past participle - hung; verb
1) (to put or fix, or to be put or fixed, above the ground eg by a hook: We'll hang the picture on that wall; The picture is hanging on the wall.) colgar
2) (to fasten (something), or to be fastened, at the top or side so that it can move freely but cannot fall: A door hangs by its hinges.) colgar, pender
3) ((past tense, past participle hanged) to kill, or to be killed, by having a rope put round the neck and being allowed to drop: Murderers used to be hanged in the United Kingdom, but no-one hangs for murder now.) colgar, ahorcar
4) ((often with down or out) to be bending, drooping or falling downwards: The dog's tongue was hanging out; Her hair was hanging down.) colgar; caer
5) (to bow (one's head): He hung his head in shame.) inclinar, bajar
- hanging
- hangings
- hangman
- hangover
- get the hang of
- hang about/around
- hang back
- hang in the balance
- hang on
- hang together
- hang up

hang vb
1. colgar
I hung the picture on the wall colgué el cuadro en la pared
Cuande hang quiere decir colgar, el pasado y el participio pasado es hung
2. ahorcar
he was hanged for murder lo ahorcaron por asesinato
Cuando hang quiere decir ahorcar, es un verbo regular: hang, hanged, hanged
hang
tr[hæŋ]
transitive verb
1 (pt & pp hung tr[hʌŋ] ) (gen) colgar
2 (pt & pp hung tr[hʌŋ] ) (wallpaper) colocar
3 (pt & pp hanged) SMALLLAW/SMALL ahorcar
intransitive verb
1 (pt & pp hung tr[hʌŋ] ) colgar, pender (float) flotar
2 (pt & pp hung tr[hʌŋ] ) (dress etc) caer
3 (pt & pp hanged) SMALLLAW/SMALL ser ahorcado,-a
noun
1 (of dress etc) caída
\
SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
hang loose! familiar ¡tranqui!
to get the hang of something cogerle el tranquillo a algo
to hang in the air flotar en el aire
to hang up one's boots colgar las botas
hang ['hæŋ] v, hung ['hʌŋ] ; hanging vt
1) suspend: colgar, tender, suspender
2) past tense often hanged execute: colgar, ahorcar
3)
to hang one's head : bajar la cabeza
hang vi
1) fall: caer (dícese de las telas y la ropa)
2) dangle: colgar
3) hover: flotar, sostenerse en el aire
4) : ser ahorcado
5) droop: inclinarse
6)
to hang up : colgar
he hung up on me: me colgó
hang n
1) drape: caída f
2)
to get the hang of something : colgarle el truco a algo, lograr entender algo
hang
n.
sentido s.m.
significado s.m.
v.
(§ p.,p.p.: hung) (•§ p.,p.p.: hanged•) = ahorcar v.
guindar v.
inclinar v.
pender v.
suspender v.

I
1. hæŋ
transitive verb
1) (past & past p hung)
a) (suspend) \<\<coat/picture\>\> colgar*

the streets were hung with flags — las calles estaban adornadas con banderas

b) (put in position) \<\<door/gate\>\> colocar*, montar

to hang wallpaper — empapelar

c) (Culin) \<\<game\>\> manir
d)

to hang one's head — bajar or inclinar la cabeza

2) (past & past p hanged or hung) (execute) ahorcar*, colgar*

2.
vi
1) (past p hung)
a) (be suspended) colgar*, pender (liter), estar* colgado

to hang BY/FROM/ON something — colgar* de algo

it's hanging on the wall — está colgado en la pared

they were hanging on his every word — estaban totalmente pendientes de lo que decía or de sus palabras

hang loose! — (esp AmE sl) tranquilo!

to hang tough on something — (AmE) mantenerse* firme en algo

b) (hover) \<\<fog/smoke\>\> flotar; \<\<bird\>\> planear, cernerse*

to hang OVER something: the mist hung over the marshes la bruma flotaba sobre las marismas; I still have that essay hanging over me — todavía tengo ese ensayo pendiente

c) \<\<clothing/fabric\>\> caer*

that skirt hangs very well — esa falda tiene muy buena caída or cae muy bien

2) (past & past p hanged or hung) (be executed)

his murderers should hang for their crime — sus asesinos deberían ir a la horca por este crimen

Phrasal Verbs:

II
noun (no pl) (of garment) caída f

to get the hang of something — (colloq) agarrarle la onda a algo (AmL fam), cogerle* el tranquillo a algo (Esp fam), agarrarle la mano a algo (CS fam)

[hæŋ] (pt, pp hung)
1. TRANSITIVE VERB
1) (=suspend) [+ coat, curtains] colgar; [+ picture] (on wall) colgar; (as exhibit) exponer; [+ washing] tender; [+ wallpaper] pegar; [+ door] colocar; (Culin) [+ game] manir

he hung the rope over the side of the boat — colgó la cuerda de la borda del barco

are you any good at hanging wallpaper? — ¿se te da bien empapelar?

- hang one's head

he hung his head in shame — bajó or agachó la cabeza avergonzado

peg 1., 3), hung over
2) (=decorate) adornar

the walls were hung with tapestries — las paredes estaban adornadas con tapices

trees hung with lights — árboles adornados con luces

3) (pt, pp hanged)
a) [+ criminal] ahorcar

he was hanged, drawn and quartered — lo ahorcaron, destriparon y descuartizaron

to hang o.s. — ahorcarse

b)
* (=damn)

hang the expense! — ¡al diablo (con) los gastos!

hang it (all)! — ¡qué demonios!

I'll be hanged if I know! — ¡que me aspen or maten si lo sé!

4) (US) (=turn)

hang a right here — gira or dobla or tuerce a la derecha aquí

5) (=hold)
see fire 1., 7)
2. INTRANSITIVE VERB
1) (=be suspended) colgar

a light-bulb was hanging from the ceiling — una bombilla colgaba del techo

I was hanging from the ledge by my fingertips — estaba colgado de la cornisa sujeto por la punta de los dedos

his portrait hangs in the National Gallery — su retrato está expuesto en la National Gallery

let your arms hang loose at your sides — deje los brazos sueltos or caídos

hang loose! — (US) * (fig) ¡tranqui! *, ¡relájate!

your coat is hanging on the hook — tu abrigo está colgado en el perchero

a picture hanging on the wall — un cuadro colgado en la pared

thread 1., 1)
2) (=be positioned)

to hang open: the door hung open — (=not closed) la puerta estaba abierta; (=partly off hinges) la puerta estaba encajada

her mouth hung open in surprise — se quedó boquiabierta

to hang out of the window — [person] asomarse por la ventana; [thing] colgar de la ventana

I can't work with you hanging over me like that — no puedo trabajar contigo pendiente de todo lo que hago

3) (=flow) [rope, garment, hair] caer

her hair hangs down her back — el pelo le cae por la espalda

it's a fabric that hangs well — es una tela que tiene muy buena caída

4) (pt, pp hanged) (=be hanged) [criminal] morir en la horca

he'll hang for it — lo ahorcarán por esto

5) (=hover) [fog] flotar

his breath hung in the icy air — su aliento flotaba en el aire helado

the hawk hung motionless in the sky — el halcón se cernía inmóvil en el cielo

the threat hanging over us — la amenaza que se cierne sobre nosotros

a question mark hangs over many of their futures — se cierne un or una interrogante sobre el porvenir de muchos de ellos

6)
- go hang

he can go hang as far as I'm concerned — por mí que se pudra

- hang tough

she hung tough despite the pressure — pese a las presiones no dio su brazo a torcer

3. NOUN
1) [of garment] caída f
2)
- get the hang of sth

I'll never get the hang of this oven — nunca aprenderé a usar este horno, nunca le cogeré el tranquillo a este horno

- hang in
- hang on to
- hang together
* * *

I
1. [hæŋ]
transitive verb
1) (past & past p hung)
a) (suspend) \<\<coat/picture\>\> colgar*

the streets were hung with flags — las calles estaban adornadas con banderas

b) (put in position) \<\<door/gate\>\> colocar*, montar

to hang wallpaper — empapelar

c) (Culin) \<\<game\>\> manir
d)

to hang one's head — bajar or inclinar la cabeza

2) (past & past p hanged or hung) (execute) ahorcar*, colgar*

2.
vi
1) (past p hung)
a) (be suspended) colgar*, pender (liter), estar* colgado

to hang BY/FROM/ON something — colgar* de algo

it's hanging on the wall — está colgado en la pared

they were hanging on his every word — estaban totalmente pendientes de lo que decía or de sus palabras

hang loose! — (esp AmE sl) tranquilo!

to hang tough on something — (AmE) mantenerse* firme en algo

b) (hover) \<\<fog/smoke\>\> flotar; \<\<bird\>\> planear, cernerse*

to hang OVER something: the mist hung over the marshes la bruma flotaba sobre las marismas; I still have that essay hanging over me — todavía tengo ese ensayo pendiente

c) \<\<clothing/fabric\>\> caer*

that skirt hangs very well — esa falda tiene muy buena caída or cae muy bien

2) (past & past p hanged or hung) (be executed)

his murderers should hang for their crime — sus asesinos deberían ir a la horca por este crimen

Phrasal Verbs:

II
noun (no pl) (of garment) caída f

to get the hang of something — (colloq) agarrarle la onda a algo (AmL fam), cogerle* el tranquillo a algo (Esp fam), agarrarle la mano a algo (CS fam)


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