Hang [verb]

Definition of Hang:

suspend or be suspended

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If you follow the six simple principles he shares below, you might be surprised at how much you can advance without ever touching a hang board.

The seat height is adjustable, and the integrated footbrake gets them used to skidding out and making quick stops even before they get the hang of peddling.

Whether you’re on an adventurous hiking trip or enjoying a low-key hang with the family, first aid kits are a key accessory for taking care of unexpected accidents.

These were strikingly similar to da Vinci’s batlike ornithopters, which tried harder than his hang glider did to mimic the shape and anatomy of natural wings.

Once the algorithm got the hang of telling confirmed planets from false positives, the scientists fed it data containing as yet unconfirmed planetary candidates.

It'll be beastly dull for her at The Warren, you see, poor girl; and she doesn't seem to jump at Spunyarn, though he does hang on.

Perhaps you will understand now that you ought to have asked my business ere you proposed to hang me off hand.

These form one of the many island groups that hang like a fringe or festoon on the skirt of the continent of Asia.

The chair rests upon two long poles, which hang by straps upon the shoulders of four stout men.

He fed the monkeys with candy, and laughed to see them hang by their tails while they took it from his hand.