Idiom:  hang up

Meaning

Idiom:  hang up

  • to end a telephone connection


Example sentences

  • Before we hang up, I want to tell you about my vacation plans next month.
  • Sandy, hang up the phone and do your homework!
  • Sorry, but I need to hang up the phone now, my boss just got in the office.
  • "Mom the phone's for you." "Thanks, I've got it so you can hang up now."
  • I need to talk to Benjamin before you hang up, okay?
  • Don't hang up yet.  I haven't had a chance to tell you about my trip to Sandra's hometown in Italy.
  • My client kept talking on and on and I couldn't wait to hang up the phone.
  • If you use Bluetooth to pair your car with your phone, you can answer and hang up calls using these buttons on your steering wheel.

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