"hangin" typically means "wind", or moving air, including: "the air we breathe", "the air that inflates a balloon, a rubber tire, our stomachs, etc.";
( If you want to refer to where communication signals travel (in the air), and also the space way above the ground, where birds, kites, and airplanes fly, it is better to use the word "himpapawid" instead of "hangin" )
Hangin Example Sentences in Tagalog: (4)
The strong wind is cold.
The strong wind made a mess of Lucy's hair.
Does the air from the electric fan hit you?
Close the windows as the wind is getting stronger.
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