Spanish translation of 'hung up'
Trends of 'hung up'
Used Occasionally. hung up is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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transitive verb + adverb
idiom: to hang up one's boots
colgar las botas
⇒ he announced he was hanging up his boots for good
anunció que colgaba las botas para siempre
⇒ to be hung up on sth
estar obsesionado por algo
⇒ I've never been hung up on material things
nunca me han obsesionado las cosas materiales
⇒ to be hung up on sb
estar colado por algn
intransitive verb + adverb
- (= be suspended)
⇒ his hat was hanging up in the hall
su sombrero estaba colgado en la entrada
⇒ don't hang up!
⇒ to hang up on sb
colgar a algn
Example Sentences Including 'hang up'
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Finally, he was able to hang up, drained from the experience.WORST FEARS REALIZED (1999)
Starting to hang up, he was halted by the sudden, startling change in the quality of the voice.DEATH OF A NYMPH
Time for the fishermen to haul in their boats, pull in the lobster pots, and hang up their nets for winter mending.THE DUTCH BLUE ERROR
She had no idea why she didn't just hang up on Lorraine Temple.AFTERMATH (2001)
'hung up' in Other Languages
British English: hung up ADJECTIVE
If you say that someone is hung up about a particular person or thing, you are criticizing them for thinking or worrying too much about that person or thing.
It was a time when people weren't so hung-up about health.
Translation of hung up from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary