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HANG OUT (with someone)   (誰かと)時間を過ごす


  • To hang out (informal) somewhere or with someone is to spend time somewhere or with someone, especially regularly or for pleasure.

    A hangout is a place where you often spend time.
  • hang out は、特に習慣的に、あるいは、遊びで、どこかで誰かと時間を過ごす、という意味です。おもに親しい間柄で使われます。

    hangout は名詞で、いつも時間を過ごす場所、という意味です。

HANG OUT (with someone)


  1. The cafe is a great place to hang out for a few hours, especially on nights when they have live music or poetry readings.
  2. a: What do you want to do now?
    b: Do you want to hang out at my apartment for a while?
  3. I used to hang out with Hank and Ron a lot in high school.
  4. The ice skating rink in Green Park is a popular hangout for kids in the neighborhood.
  5. You don't see many older people at that diner. It's more of a student hangout.

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