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Noun
A sudden loud, sharp noise
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“I heard a loud bang coming from the room next to mine. So Sue went out to see what it was.”
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An explosion or detonation
“There was a huge bang. A rock shattered a few feet ahead of the Hilux.”
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A hard or repeated hit or strike
“He gave the door a bang with his fist to divert the attention of the guards.”
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An instance of colliding with force
“The thick, carved wooden vestibule door under the brownstone steps swung slowly, nearly closing, then flung back with a violent bang against the hall wall.”
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A sudden feeling of excitement and pleasure
“These action figures are the sort of thing a kid would get a bang out of.”
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A thing that can be heard
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Punctuation mark “!” (used to denote excitement, surprise or shock)
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A wound, such as a bruise, in which the skin is not broken
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Something that arouses activity or energy in someone or something
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Energy, vigor or high spirits
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Verb
To make a sudden loud noise
“The basement of the building had old boilers in it that would bang loudly at night as if they were about to explode.”
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To explode or blow up
“The fireworks bang and zoom all about. The pitch-black sky is dizzy with red, pink, white, purple and blue cascades.”
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To strike or hit something, especially repeatedly
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“He'd shout his message and bang his fist on the lectern, spilling his glass of water, splashing and frightening all those in the front pews.”
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To collide or make forceful contact with something
“To the right of the door was a bedside table, so close that the door would bang against it when swung open.”
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To engage in carnal activity
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To make or cause to make a continuous rattling sound
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To push or force (someone or something) violently and suddenly into a particular physical position or state
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To place into the ground or soil to grow
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To push or shake abruptly and roughly
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To ring a doorbell
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To move clumsily or ploddingly
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To cause or create a dent in something by applying pressure
Adverb
Abruptly, without notice
“The cat was licking its paws in the kitchen then, bang, decided it wanted to be in the living room.”
Adverb
Immediately, without delay
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“Just call for him and, bang, he'll arrive before you know it.”
Adverb
Exactly or precisely as specified or in a given position or location
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“A large statue stood bang in the middle of town.”
Adverb
To a complete or total degree
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“Our stories will be bang up to date, filmed just hours before, and that's lovely because they'll have an immediate ripple effect.”
Interjection
Representing a loud noise or heavy impact
Interjection
Exclamation representing an explosion or abrupt occurrence
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