hanging

英 ['hæŋɪŋ] 美 ['hæŋɪŋ]
  • n. 悬挂;绞刑;帘子,幔帐
  • adj. 悬挂着的
  • v. 悬挂(hang的ing形式)
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hanging 绞死

来自hang,绞刑,绞杀。

hanging (n.)
c. 1300, "act of putting to death on the gallows," verbal noun from hang (v.). Meaning "piece of drapery on the wall of a room" is late 15c. Hangings "curtains, tapestry" is from 1640s.
hanging (adj.)
late 12c., present participle adjective from hang (v.). Hanging gardens (of Babylon), one of the wonders of the world, is Latin pensiles horti, Greek kremastoi kepoi. Hanging judge first recorded 1848.
1. In the present climate, owners are hanging on to old ships.
在目前的形势下,船东们都不愿淘汰掉旧船。

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2. People are still hanging out drinking beer, maybe shooting some pool.
人们仍聚在那里喝啤酒,可能还会打会儿台球。

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3. I found his jacket, which was hanging up in the hallway.
我找到了他那件夹克衫,就在门厅里挂着。

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4. He got sick of hanging around waiting for me.
他等我都等烦了。

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5. He was still hanging around, swigging the Coke out of the can.
他还在闲逛,拿着一罐可乐大口大口地喝着。

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