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Slang in American English - H

H

 

Hang in there:
Don’t give up. Be brave.
Hang in there – things will improve! 

 

Hangout:
Spend time with a friend.
We’re gonna hangout tonight at 7, right?

 

Hangry:
So hungry that you're angry.
Dude, I'm starting to get hangry.

I NEED FOOD NOW!

Hash out:

Talk out, figure out.
I haven't hashed out a solution with her yet.
 

 

Hassle:

Something bothersome, a problem.
It’s such a hassle to drive that far.
 

 

Have a Blast (have a good time); Blast: 

Have lots of fun.
(1) We had a blast at the concert! 
(2) The birthday party was a blast!

 

Have the hots for someone:
Be attracted to.
She’s got the hots for her co-worker

 

History:
Something in the past
Who, Cindy? No, we broke up. She’s history.

 

Hit:
Something successful that does well.
The new restaurant is a hit with locals.

 

Hit on someone:
To try to seduce.
Don’t hit on the waitress. You’re so lame. 


Hit the road:
To leave somewhere.
It’s getting late, I’m gonna hit the road.


Hit the sack:
Go to bed.
I’m pretty sleepy. I’m gonna hit the sack. 


Hoodie:
A hooded sweatshirt.
I’m wearing my favorite hoodie.


Hot:
Attractive. 
That girl is so hot.


Hype:
Excessive promotion.
There’s a lot of hype about the new Batman movie. 

 

 

 

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