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hang out

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"Hang out" is an informal phrase in English, often used as a verb. It means to spend time in a certain place or with someone, typically in a casual, non-committed manner. It's associated with leisure activities. For example, "I'm going to hang out with my friends."
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Sure, here's a sentence: "Let's hang out at the park tomorrow, it's going to be sunny!"
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out

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"Out" is a preposition, adverb, or adjective in English. As a preposition, it signifies not in a location, like "he is out of the office." As an adverb, it could mean an action done completely like "the fire is out." As an adjective, it could describe something that is no longer fashionable or in vogue, like "that style is out."
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