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Verb: hang up
Meaning: to hang something
He hung up his coat.
Tom hung up his coat.
May I hang up your coat?
Tom wondered where to hang up his coat.
Tom opened the closet to hang up his coat.
Tom opened the closet and hung up his coat.
I am hanging up my shirts.
Tom hung up his keys on the hook.
The picture that you hung up yesterday afternoon fell down this morning.
Meaning: to end a phone call
Don’t hang up, but hold on please.
I’m going to hang up now.
Don’t hang up yet, please.
She hung up angrily.
He hung up.
I hung up and called her back again.
I hung up and called her again.
Please hang up and the operator will call you back.
I called Tom to apologize to him, but he hung up on me.
I called Susan to apologize to her, but she hung up on me.
Tom called Mary to apologize to her, but she hung up on him.
As soon as I hung up, the phone started ringing again.
No sooner had I hung up than the phone started ringing again.
She made me so angry on the telephone that I hung up on her.
He hung up before I finished.
The operator told me to hang up and wait for a moment.
Tom was just about to hang up when he heard Mary scream.
I’ve got to hang up now. Someone is waiting to use the phone.
Dan apologized and hung up.
Tom apologized and then hung up.
She hung up without saying good-bye.
Please wait a moment and don’t hang up.
Finally, Susan cuts her mother short, promises to write, and hangs up.
She hung up in silence.
Please don’t hang up.
I have to hang up.
Don’t hang up.