hang out (somewhere)
to spend one`s time with no great purpose, to spend leisure time with friends
The boys like to hang out at the shopping center on Saturdays.
hang out one`s shingle
hang out with (someone)
hang up (something) or hang (something) up
hang up (the telephone)
happen upon (someone or something)
hard of hearing
hard on (someone or something)
on shaky ground
live in an ivory tower
read (someone's) mind
ruffle (someone's) feathers
take a spill
pick up (someone) or pick (someone) up
do a job on (someone or something)
climb on the bandwagon
keep one's hands off (someone or something)
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