Definition

Hang on (a second): Wait (a second) idiom
Hang on a minute, I'm nearly ready.
Hang on, I think I have a better idea.
  • "Hang on, here comes the breakdown."
  • "Luna : Hang on!"
  • "Hannah : Hang on a minute Philip."
  • "Philip : Hang on, I've got to write this down."
  • "Hannah : Kalvin Krime? Hang on."
  • "Wait... hang on!"
  • "( phone rings ) Oh, hang on Bruno."
  • "Garth : Hang on, Eddie."
  • "Hang on, I'm on the air right now."

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