(v) for two people (usually male) to hug one another to help one or both get over anger or sadness
Person 1:Damn, I can't believe she broke up with me.
Person 2: Wanna hug it out?
by Btnet October 6, 2006
(phrase)
While engaged in an arguement with someone, and the arguement becomes public ( ie in an elevator and the doors open in the lobby) one person asks "Wanna hug it out?" and you stop the arguement and continue it at a later time, when it is out of the public eye.

Derived from Ari, on HBO's Series "Entourage"
Person A " I don't care what you think you're doing, I don't give a fuck anymore!"
Person B "Well it's none of your business anyway, Asshole"
(Elevator Doors open, and crowd boards)
Person A "Wanna hug it out? C'mon bitch, let's hug it out."
Person A and B mutually stop conversation until later time/date at which carrying on is appropriate.
by 171 Firefighter June 30, 2005
this is orginaly from Friends although Entourage made it more popular.

Friends - The one without a name

CHANDLER: You wanna hug it out?

PHOEBE: Yeah!
by spectrum August 3, 2006
This term was NOT defined by Ari from HBO's Entourage nor does it mean to end a conversation/fight, temporarily, with a hug. It simply means do you want a hug? Also, it was used in a Thanksgiving holiday episode ("The One Where Chandeler Doesn't Like Dogs), in 2000, my Jennifer Aniston's character, Rachel.
While talking about a break-up her subordinate is going through:

Subordinate: Hey. Thanks for talking with me
Rachel: C'mon. What are bosses for? Hug it out!
by makisupa March 8, 2006
a)A phrase invented by slick as shit agent Ari Gold(jeremy piven) in one of the first episodes of hbo show Entourage. popular amgonst teens in the us as a way to make up with friends when you've just accidentally insulted them in some way.

b)also, some people think it was invented by steve carrell on a recent episode of the office(great show!!), these people, are sadly mistaken. Especially since carell attributes it to ari/jeremy in the show. pay attention people!
person1: I can't believe you stole my f**king pudding!
person2: I'll pay you back.
person1: fine. i'm still mad though.
person2: C'mon. hug it out. let's hug it out, bitch.
by jamalot October 26, 2006
Following a disagreement or argument between to close male friends, when all is said and done, one will tell the other to "hug it out, bitch", after which, the two guys will hug and all will be better.
In the show, The Office, Micheal Scott tells Dwight to "Hug it out, Bitch" following an attempted coup by Dwight.
by Ross Vincent October 7, 2006
What men say after a fight, and in doing so just "let it go"
by M. Scarn July 14, 2017