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Hang Of


The expression "hang of" refers to the ability or understanding acquired through practice or experience.

Parts of Speech:

  • Noun: hang of
  • Verb: hang of



Sense 1: The acquired ability or understanding of a particular task or activity.

Example: After a few weeks, she finally got the hang of skiing.


Sense 1: To grasp or comprehend something through practice or experience.

Example: It took me a while to hang of how to play the guitar.



Noun: Getting the hang of a new language helps in communicating effectively with locals.

Example Sentence: She quickly got the hang of the local dialect and started conversing fluently.


Verb: Let me show you the hang of navigating through this busy market.

Example Sentence: The experienced guide hung of the best shortcuts to avoid getting lost in the narrow streets.

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