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hang it (all)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhang it (all)hang it (all)British English old-fashionedDISAPPOINTEDANNOY used to say that you are disappointed or annoyed about something hang
Examples from the Corpus
hang it (all)They looked around for somewhere to hang it.He weaves an apple blossom wreath and hangs it from a branch.Adrienne paused to scan her face before taking her coat and hanging it in the closet.Their decision to hang it on a beam in the barn was an acknowledgment of how little it belonged.He hangs it out of sight, through a curtained doorway next to the bar.And you can hang it up.Take off your coat and hang it up.
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