||play with, be with, spend time with
||Cal hangs out with Aaron. They go to the gym every day.
|hang ten (surfing)
||let your toes hang over the edge of the surf board
||When you get tired of standing on the board, just hang ten.
||continue to try, be strong and determined
||As we returned to the field, the coach said, "Hang tough, guys."
||a fear or phobia, a personal problem
||For me, marriage is a hang-up. I can't commit to one person.
|hang you out to dry
||defeat you, convict you, throw the book at
||If you're caught shoplifting, they'll hang you out to dry.
|hang your hat
||live here, live with us
||You can hang your hat here for awhile - until you rent a room.
||feeling ill or nausea the day after you are drunk
||Is it true that vodka doesn't cause a hangover?
||unfair deal, cheating, underhanded plan
||There is no hanky-panky in the contract we signed. It's okay.
|happy as a box of birds
||joyful, very happy
||When we go to the lake, the kids are as happy as a box of birds.
|happy as a clam/lark
||very happy, carefree
||When Tim is working on his car, he's happy as a clam.