- The definition of hung refers to a jury that cannot agree on a verdict, to being delayed, or to having an emotional problem or block about something, or, in slang terms, hung also refers to a man with a large penis.
- When a jury does not agree on a verdict, this is an example of a hung jury.
- When you don't like to talk about your past, this is an example of a time when you are hung up about your past.
- When you get stuck in traffic, this is an example of a time when you are hung up in traffic.
- When a man has a large penis, this is an example of a time when he is hung.
- Hung is defined as to have been suspended in the air or placed on a wall, or have done the act of suspending something in the air or placing it on the wall.
- When you put a picture on a nail on the wall, this is an example of a time when you hung up the picture.
- When you put your coat on a hook, this is an example of a time when your coat was hung up.
hung up (on)⌂ Slang
- emotionally disturbed (by); neurotic, repressed, etc.
- baffled, frustrated, stymied, etc. (by)
- addicted or committed (to), or obsessed (by)
- Vulgar Slang Having large genitals. Used of a male.
- Slang a. Anxious; nervous.b. Overly involved or preoccupied; hung up.
- simple past tense and past participle of hang
(comparative more hung, superlative most hung)
- Suspended by hanging.
- Having hanging additions or appendages.
- (law) Of a jury, unable to reach a unanimous verdict in a trial.
- Of a legislature, lacking a majority political party.
- (computing, colloquial) Of a computer or similar device, receiving power but not functioning as desired; working very slowly or not at all. The condition is often corrected by rebooting the computer.
- (colloquial, of a male, vulgar) Having large genitals (often preceded by an adverb, e.g. well hung).
- Men with big feet tend to be hung like a horse.
- (colloquial, of a man, slightly vulgar) having a penis of a certain size
- (law) Abbreviation of Hungary.
This is the customary abbreviation of this term as used in case citations. See, e.g., The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation, Nineteenth Edition (2010), "Geographical Terms: Foreign countries and regions", Table T10.3, p. 438-443.