Definition of 'hang on'
Example sentences containing 'hang on'
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She looked as if she might have a job to hang on to him with just her natural beauty. INSTRUMENTS OF DARKNESS (2002)The few paltry heirlooms my mother had struggled so hard to hang on to. THE TOUCH OF INNOCENTSScott-Hughes said we'd have no more than an hour's head start so hang on and enjoy the ride. CORMORANT
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Translations for 'hang on'
British English: hang on /hæŋ ɒn/ VERB
If you ask someone to hang on, you mean you want them to wait for a moment.
Hang on a second. I'll come with you.
- American English: hang on
- Arabic: يَنْتَظِرُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: esperar
- Chinese: 坚持
- Croatian: pričekati
- Czech: počkat
- Danish: vente
- Dutch: even wachten
- European Spanish: esperar
- Finnish: odottaa
- French: attendre
- German: warten
- Greek: περιμένω
- Italian: restare in attesa
- Japanese: そのまま待つ
- Korean: 기다리다
- Norwegian: vente litt
- Polish: czepić się
- European Portuguese: esperar
- Romanian: a aștepta
- Russian: подождать
- Spanish: esperar aguardar
- Swedish: klamra sig fast
- Thai: คอย
- Turkish: beklemek
- Ukrainian: чекати
- Vietnamese: kiên trì
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