Learning phrasal verbs like this one will help make your English sound more natural and give you an edge on English exams, like the TOEIC, TOEFL, and IELTS.
What does the phrasal verb HANG OUT mean?
the phrasal verb Hang out means to spend time together in a relaxed and casual manner. We use “hang out” when we socialize or relax with friends or acquaintances.
Here are some examples using hang out with this meaning:
- Lisa and her friends like to hang out at the local coffee shop on weekends.
- Mark invited his colleagues to hang out after work for a drink and some conversation.
- Emily enjoys hanging out with her neighbors in the community park.
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