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    hang out

    The coach is persuading the competent boxer to join him saying "hang out", he is not trying to burden him saying he doesn't have to make a decision right away. In this case, is "hang out" "relax" or "play around"?

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    boxing coach- Look, teo, i know this is a lot at once, so why don't we just hang out for a couple of days? let me work with you.


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    Re: hang out

    I’m not a teacher!!!


    Hi keannu,

    In my humble opinion “hang out’ = slang “to spend time” = to hang with (to hang with one’s friends)

    V.

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    Re: hang out

    Quote Originally Posted by vil View Post
    I’m not a teacher!!!


    Hi keannu,

    In my humble opinion “hang out’ = slang “to spend time” = to hang with (to hang with one’s friends)

    V.
    I'm not sure if it's correct

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    Re: hang out

    Quote Originally Posted by keannu View Post
    I'm not sure if it's correct
    Vil is correct.

    It means to spend time together and get to know each other better.

    Rover

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