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Hi everyone What's the meaning of the sentence " Hanging in there?"
Feb 5, 2008 10:38 PM
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Calvin is right but we often use "hanging in there" to mean: "I am doing okay (even though the situation is busy / difficult / tough / ...). If we ask it as a question: "(Are you) hanging in there?" Then we are asking how someone is doing in a situation that is busy / difficult / tough / etc.
February 6, 2008
It means "doing well in a difficult situation". e.g leanrnign Chinese characters well ahahahaha
February 6, 2008
If you ask how someone is, and they reply "Hanging in there" it means that they are doing fine, or ok.
February 5, 2008
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