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1‘he spent a lot of time hanging out with other musicians’
associate, mix, go around, keep company, spend time, mingle, socialize, fraternize, consort, rub shoulders
North American informal rub elbows
informal hang around, run around, knock about, knock around, be thick, hobnob
British informal hang about
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