Colgar (to hang, to hang up) in the imperative

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Colgar (to hang, to hang up) in the imperative

The conjugation of colgar (to hang, to hang up) in the imperative mood is as follows:

(tú) cuelga
(usted) cuelgue
(nosotros/as) colguemos
(vosotros/as) colgad
(ustedes) cuelguen

Cuelga el teléfono, por favor.

Hang up the phone please.

Cuelgue el cuadro en la pared.

Hang the painting on the wall.

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