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Definition of Bang

a loud, sudden, explosive noise, as the discharge of a gun.
a resounding stroke or blow:
a nasty bang on the head.
Informal. a sudden movement or show of energy:
He started with a bang.
energy; vitality; spirit:
The bang has gone out of my work.
Informal. sudden or intense pleasure; thrill; excitement:
a big bang out of seeing movies.
Slang: Vulgar. sexual intercourse.
Printing and Computer Slang. an exclamation point.
verb (used with object)
to strike or beat resoundingly; pound:
to bang a door.
to hit or bump painfully:
to bang one's ankle on a chair leg.
to throw or set down roughly; slam:
He banged the plates on the table.
Slang: Vulgar. to have sexual intercourse with.
verb (used without object)
to strike violently or noisily:
to bang on the door.
to make a loud, sudden, explosive noise like that of a violent blow:
The guns banged all night.
Slang: Vulgar. to have sexual intercourse.
suddenly and loudly; abruptly or violently:
She fell bang against the wall.
directly; precisely; right:
He stood bang in the middle of the flower bed.
Verb phrases
bang into, to collide with; bump into:
The truck skidded on the ice and banged into a parked car.
bang up, to damage:
A passing car banged up our fender.
bang off, Chiefly British Slang. immediately; right away.
bang on, Chiefly British Slang. terrific; marvelous; just right:
That hat is absolutely bang on.

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Example Sentences for bang

We had almost finished when the snipers somewhere on our left began to bang at us.

And, with a clatter and a bang, she cast a pair of crutches on the floor at Billy's feet.

Then he strode out of the room, giving the door a bang behind him.

Now he was passing me—bang, and a flick of the wing, I had missed him; bang again.

Lysander brought his chair to the floor with a bang that made the loose boards of the porch rattle.

Suddenly the old man brought his fist down on the table with a bang.

Triffitt winked into his empty tankard and set it down with a bang.

Tom had had the boot, with a bang on the nose, for carrying letters to Lily.

The next instant I heard a bang on the ice and, swinging round, could see nothing of my companion but his head and arms.

Suddenly he turned to me, and brought his hand down on the table with a bang.

History of Bang

Word Origin & History

bang 1540s, "to strike hard with a loud blow," from O.N. banga "to pound, hammer" of echoic origin. Slang meaning "have sexual intercourse with" first recorded 1937. Bang-up "excellent, first-rate," 1820, probably shortened from phrase bang up to the mark."This is the way the world ends

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