Idiom:  hang up on someone

Meaning

Idiom:  hang up on someone

  • when one person ends a telephone conversation before the conversation it's finished

Example sentences

  • I can’t believe my mother just hung up on me when I asked her for some money.
  • Whenever telemarketers call our house, I just hang up on them.
  • I'm so sorry I accidentally hung up on you when I transferred your call—let me try again.

  • That caller said I hung up on her but I didn't do anything.

  • I really have to go now. If we don't end this call now, I'm going to have to hang up on you.

  • My girlfriend hung up on me during a fight and now she's upset I haven't called her back.

  • Don't ever hang up on me again young man!

  • One of your representatives just hung up on me a minute ago so I would like your name and number before we discuss my account.


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