hang-out


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hang-out

[ˈhæŋaʊt] N (gen) → lugar m; (= bar) → bar m habitual; [of thieves etc] → guarida f

hang-out

[ˈhæŋˌaʊt] n (fam) → ritrovo
References in classic literature ?
I, who had been hailed Prince of the Oyster Pirates, who could go anywhere in the world as a man amongst men; who could sail boats, lay aloft in black and storm, or go into the toughest hang-outs in sailor town and play my part in any rough- house that started or call all hands to the bar--I didn't know the first thing I might say or do with this slender little chit of a girl-woman whose scant skirt just reached her shoe-tops and who was as abysmally ignorant of life as I was, or thought I was, profoundly wise.
THE IVY is a favourite hang-out for London's trendiest millionaires.
Restaurants and bars too have their ups and downs, being the hippest hang-outs one week, and old news the next, as the fickle Dubai crowd moves on to something shinier.
Away from Premier League football he would live the high life in celebrity hang-outs and build up his collection of flash sports cars that he would park wherever he saw fit.
They range from country pubs to hipster hang-outs, from counter-restaurants to classic dining rooms.
You can wear them for board meetings, evening parties or casual hang-outs, as well.
The launch of 4G roaming in Spain now enables for example mobile surfing on-the-go for the best tapas hang-outs nearby as well as possibility to share your holiday photos with family and friends on social media with high quality and speed.
The source added that former footballer and West both love Paris and have been talking about their favourite restaurants and hang-outs.
David and Kanye both love Paris and have been talking about the best restaurants and hang-outs.
A lot of the normal hang-outs are too crowded and overpriced during the Fringe.
The shop is also a frequent spot for first dates, brief business meetings and friendly hang-outs.
The original founders were joined by Hollywood icon Susan Sarandon and entrepreneur Andrew Gordon with the result that the SPiN clubs have become popular celebrity hang-outs.