To place the blame on: Don’t hang that mistake on me
- Hang something up
verb phrase To stall or immobilize; frustrate; paralyze: The four would not be able to hang the entire jury up/ or some other means of transcending the realities that hang one up (mid1800s+) verb phrase To abandon one’s efforts; call it quits: Police have hung it up (1854+)
noun 1. the length of time that a football remains in the air after being kicked. noun phrase The time that a punted ball stays in the air: He’s got lots of great stats, hang time (1980s+ Football)
[hang-tag] /ˈhæŋˌtæg/ noun 1. a attached to a garment or other piece of merchandise that includes information about the manufacturer or designer, the fabric or material used, the model number, care instructions, and sometimes the price.
[hang-toun] /ˈhæŋˌtaʊn/ noun 1. a type of omelet to which fried oysters, bacon, and sometimes onions are added.