hang (out) with someone
"hang out with someone" means to spend a lot of time with someone.
Is it okay to say it without 'out' to mean the same?
I'm going to hang out with my brother this weekend.
I'm going to hang with my brother this weekend.
Do you want to hang out?
Do you want to hang?
Thank you so much!
24 aug 2020 20:55
Answers · 2
Yes, you can say it both ways.
(But remember, the verb "to hang" can mean to murder someone using a rope, so adding "out" makes it more clear)
But it is common to say it both ways.