To “Hang Out” Meaning and Examples of English Phrasal Verb

kelly rowland "hanging out" at Barcelona beach
Kelly Rowland “hanging out” at Barceloneta beach

“To Hang Out

When you meet your friends, and spend time just talking, maybe drinking a coffee or watching film (not really doing anything), we say that we are “hanging out”.

I think that we should “hang out” at the beach today. We have nothing to do so we should relax and enjoy ourselves.

The meaning of this slang term is to “spend time.”

NOTE: You can hang out with friends or you can hang out on your own. You do not have to be with other people to hang out.

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