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n. Slang
A place where one frequently spends one's spare time.



n. Informal.
a place where a person frequently visits, esp. for socializing or recreation.
[1850–55, Amer.]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: - a frequently visited place
area, country - a particular geographical region of indefinite boundary (usually serving some special purpose or distinguished by its people or culture or geography); "it was a mountainous area"; "Bible country"
gathering place - a favorite haunt where people gather


noun haunt, joint (slang), resort, dive (slang), den He already knew most of London's teenage hangouts.


Slang. A frequently visited place:
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Grill, seafood & oyster bar, with both indoor and outdoor dining along with entertainment and live music, topped off with our boardwalk set arcade,ideal restaurant for friendly hang outs or family gatherings.
What's 'hot' changes constantly but here is a brief roundup of some of the popular (for now) digital hang outs (excluding the obvious big three; Facebook, Twitter and YouTube) for young people; your future employees and customers.
HANG OUTS The towering spires of 800-year-old Lichfield Cathedral put the building at the heart of the community.
And with more bars, cafes and late night hang outs than any other city in the world, Barcelona is a great choice for any night owls.
Charley believes she has a tale to tell after commenting at her BB audition: "I go to clubs which are high celebrity hang outs.
He adds: "Then I figured that if I wanted to have a night out with these two I couldjust head down to Newz Bar, or one of the other celeb hang outs, and have a chat to them