过去式： hung hanged
v.悬( hang的过去式和过去分词 ); (被)绞死; 贴; 逗留
n.绞死; 绞刑; (墙上装饰用的)帘子; 帷幔
v.悬( hang的现在分词 ); (被)绞死; 贴; 逗留
1. He hanged himself two hours after arriving at a mental hospital.
2. At nine the next morning Bentley was pinioned, hooded and hanged.
3. The five were expected to be hanged at 7 am on Tuesday.
4. He was hanged for his crimes.
5. The criminal was hanged.
6. A mirror hung on a nail above the washstand.
7. Red, white and blue bunting hung in the city's renovated train station.
8. I made for the life raft and hung on for dear life.
9. Looking back, she feels she should never have hung up her backpack.
10. It was a time when people weren't so hung-up about health.
1. In the present climate, owners are hanging on to old ships.
2. People are still hanging out drinking beer, maybe shooting some pool.
3. I found his jacket, which was hanging up in the hallway.
4. He got sick of hanging around waiting for me.
5. He was still hanging around, swigging the Coke out of the can.
6. Scoop the blanket weed out and use it to line hanging baskets.
7. Keegan announced he was hanging up his boots for good.
8. I'm just going to be hanging around twiddling my thumbs.
9. His breath was hanging in the air before him.
10. She would spend the day hanging round street corners.