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She has an American accent.

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  • suspend or be suspended from above with the lower part dangling free.
    E.g. that's where people are supposed to hang their washing
  • kill (someone) by tying a rope attached from above around their neck and removing the support from beneath them (often used as a form of capital punishment).
    E.g. he was hanged for murder
  • remain static in the air.
    E.g. a black pall of smoke hung over Valletta
  • come or cause to come unexpectedly to a state in which no further operations can be carried out.
    E.g. the machine has hung
  • spend time relaxing or enjoying oneself.
    E.g. I guess I wasn't cool enough to hang with them anymore
  • deliver (a pitch) which does not change direction and is easily hit by a batter.
    E.g. this leads to hanging a breaking ball
  • a downward droop or bend.
    E.g. the bullish hang of his head
  • used to express a range of strong emotions from enthusiasm to anger.
    E.g. hang, but I loved those soldiers!

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