Hang Out

How to Conjugate Hang Out

  • Infinitive: Hang Out
  • Present Tense: Hang Out/ Hangs Out
  • -ing Form: Hanging Out
  • Past Tense: Hung Out
  • Past Participle: Hung Out
Hang Out is a separable phrasal verb and has 3 definitions.

Definitions of Hang Out:

1. To hang something, usually wet clothes, to dry.

Examples: When the clothes are finished washing, hang them out on the clothesline to dry.
I hung my sneakers out in the sun to dry.

2. To place a part of your body out of a window.

Examples: My dog loves to hang his head out the car window.
Look, there is a baby hanging out of that window!

3. To spend leisure time in a place.
[Noun] {Hangout} Refers to a place where people gather to spend their leisure time.

Examples: Now that Lauren has a boyfriend, she rarely hangs out with her friends.
Let’s go to our hangout after school today.

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