Definition of 'hanger'
Example sentences containing 'hanger'
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Store them neatly by duct taping one end to a coat hanger, winding tightly along then taping the other end. The Sun (2016)That might make them think: "How did that coat hanger end up in the ocean? Smithsonian Mag (2017)You have plasma bags hanging from coat hangers. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The writers ask if there is now better equipment aboard than an adapted coat hanger. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Cut away a length of coat hanger. The Sun (2008)But puzzled cops could only find a coat hanger in her car. The Sun (2011)Today it's showjumping from an aircraft hanger. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Use a wooden or wide plastic coat hanger for jackets, rather than a wire one. Times, Sunday Times (2015)To make a wind sock, bend a wire coat hanger into a circle. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The artist holds the Guinness world record for the largest art installation made entirely from coat hangers. Times, Sunday Times (2014)If the static has already built up, brush with a wire coat hanger. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Previously Mach has used coat hangers to make sculptures of gorillas and tigers. Times, Sunday Times (2012)We don't want your coat hangers, honest. Times, Sunday Times (2013)If you have to lie on the bed and tug up the zip using a coat hanger, the chances are your jeans are too small. The Sun (2007)Grilled hanger steak on white bean purée with truffle oil was fine, but the meat didn't sing. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It pulls a wire, which tends to rust and snap, but can be replaced with a bit of wire coat hanger. Times, Sunday Times (2012)IF you do not want to scoff an entire bag of crisps, remove the clips from a clothes hanger and use them to seal the bag. The Sun (2014)
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Translations for 'hanger'
British English: hanger /ˈhæŋə/ NOUN
A hanger is a curved piece of metal, plastic or wood used for hanging clothes on.
- American English: hanger
- Arabic: عَلاَّقَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: cabide
- Chinese: 衣架
- Croatian: vješalica
- Czech: ramínko na šaty
- Danish: bøjle til tøj
- Dutch: kleerhanger
- European Spanish: percha
- Finnish: vaateripustin
- French: cintre
- German: Kleiderbügel
- Greek: κρεμάστρα
- Italian: gruccia
- Japanese: ハンガー
- Korean: 옷걸이
- Norwegian: henger
- Polish: wieszak
- European Portuguese: cabide
- Romanian: umeraș
- Russian: вешалка
- Spanish: percha
- Swedish: galge
- Thai: ไม้แขวนเสื้อ
- Turkish: askı
- Ukrainian: вішалка
- Vietnamese: mắc áo
Definition of hanger from the Collins English Dictionary
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