- 英[hæŋ əˈraund]
- 美[hæŋ əˈraʊnd]
- 闲逛; 闲待着; 耽搁; 迫近
All she did was hang around ogling the men in the factory.
Bored youths hang around outside looking for trouble.
Don't hang around — we have a train to catch!
He used to skip lessons and hang around the harbor with some other boys.
If you hang around with colleagues all the time you just end up talking shop.
I'm sick of having you hang around that library.
You hang around with your old Chicago school chums.
" You hang around me, Mike, " he said, " you're gonna hear things you don't wanta hear. "
“ 你老缠着我, 迈克, ” 他说, “ 你要在这儿的话,你就得听听你不想听的事. ”
There's cops all over the hospital and Tessio's men hang around too, just in case.
He hobnobbed with them, drank with them, and loved to hang around them.
Don't hang around that shiftless guy. You don't know what he will do.
Hang around a while. There are some books ashore there I want to read.
Why hang around just to see him humiliate himself in front of the whole village?
Come over and help – don't just hang around on the sidelines.
They would hang around doing nothing except eating everything in the fridge.
1. be about;
"The high school students like to loiter in the Central Square"
"Who is this man that is hanging around the department?"