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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
hanging /'hæɳiɳ/
  • danh từ
    • sự treo
    • sự treo cổ
    • ((thường) số nhiều) rèm; màn; trướng
    • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) dốc, đường dốc xuống
    • hanging committee
      • ban xét duyệt tranh triển lãm
  • tính từ
    • treo
      • hanging bridge: cầu treo
    • đáng treo cổ, đáng chết treo
      • a hanging look: bộ mặt đáng chết treo
      • a hanging matter: một tội ác có thể bị kết án tro cổ
Concise Dictionary
hangings'hæŋɪŋ
noun
+decoration that is hung (as a tapestry) on a wall or over a window
+a form of capital punishment; victim is suspended by the neck from a gallows or gibbet until dead
+the act of suspending something (hanging it from above so it moves freely)
adj.
+supported from above
hung|hangs|hanginghæŋ
noun
+a special way of doing something
+the way a garment hangs
+a gymnastic exercise performed on the rings or horizontal bar or parallel bars when the gymnast's weight is supported by the arms
verb
+be suspended or hanging
+cause to be hanging or suspended
+kill by hanging
+let drop or droop
+fall or flow in a certain way
+be menacing, burdensome, or oppressive
+give heed (to)
+be suspended or poised
+hold on tightly or tenaciously
+be exhibited
+prevent from reaching a verdict, of a jury
+decorate or furnish with something suspended
+be placed in position as by a hinge
+place in position as by a hinge so as to allow free movement in one direction
+suspend (meat) in order to get a gamey taste

Thesaurus Dictionary
v.
1 suspend, depend, dangle; be poised or suspended, hover, swing:
Hang the lantern from this branch. The laundry was hanging on the line
2 gibbet, send to the gallows, lynch, execute, kill, Colloq string up, stretch:
They hanged two murderers this morning.
3 drape, fall:
The skirt isn't hanging straight.
4 hang about or around.
(a) loiter, wait, linger, dally, idle, tarry, Colloq hang out:
He hangs about after school every day, waiting for Susan.
(b) Also, hang about or around (with). frequent, haunt, visit, spend time at; associate with, socialize with, hobnob with, rub elbows with, consort with, fraternize with, mix or mingle with, Colloq hang out (with):
He hangs about the Golden Crown. I saw him hanging around with some pretty unsavoury characters
5 hang back (from). be reluctant, recoil (from), shrink (from), hesitate, falter, stay away (from):
Move to the front of the queue and don't hang back.
6 hang fire. be delayed, remain unsettled or unfinished, be in suspense or abeyance; stall, hold up, delay:
The decision will hang fire till after the election.
7 hang on. a Also, hang on to. hold on (to), cling (to), clutch, grip, grasp, grab:
Hang on to me when we're crossing the street.
(b) wait, stay, stop:
Hang on a minute - what did you call me?
(c) wait, persist, remain, carry on, persevere, go on, hold out, endure, hold the phone, Colloq US hang in there:
Hang on a minute, I have to put down the phone to get a pencil.
(d) Also, hang on to or upon. listen carefully or attentively, give one's undivided attention, be rapt:
She hung on every word the guru uttered.
(e) depend or rely (on), be dependent or contingent (on), be subject (to), be conditioned or conditional (on):
The entire project now hangs on their approval of the budget.
8 hang one's head. be ashamed or humiliated or abashed or humbled or embarrassed:
She hung her head as the store detective confronted her with the stolen goods
9 hang out. See 5 (a), above.
10 hang over. be put off or postponed or delayed:
We must first deal with matters hanging over from our last meeting.
11 hang together.
(a) unite, be united, be as one, stick together, join forces, cooperate, act in concert or harmony:
We must hang together or we shall hang separately.
(b) make sense, be logical, be consistent, correspond, match (up), cohere, be coherent:
The statements issued yesterday and today just don't hang together.
12 hang up. break the connection, disconnect, cut off, put down the receiver:
Whenever a salesman phones, I simply hang up.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun
1 [U, C] the practice of killing sb as a punishment by putting a rope around their neck and hanging them from a high place; an occasion when this happens: to sentence sb to death by hanging + public hangings
2 [C, usually pl.] a large piece of material that is hung on a wall for decoration: wall hangings


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