Is "hang in there" often used? What does it mean?
"Hang in there" is an informal expression that is often used as a form of encouragement to not give up, even in difficult times or circumstances. The speaker has used this expression to state that he is still persisting on and not doing too poorly. Ex: Exam season is almost over. Hang in there! Ex: It's been a rough year. But I'm still hanging in there.
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