hang something ↔ out to hang clothes outside in order to dry them
My job was to hang out the washing.
Hang the wet things out to dry.
But if it's starting to rain, then we say:
"It's starting to rain, let's bring the washing in" or "It's starting to rain, let's take the washing in"?
This website says most people say: bring the washing in
Eg, Please take the baby from her bed and bring her to me.
So, say "bring or take the washing in", some may say "get the washing in" then we don't worry about bring or take.