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Adverb
Used to convey the suddenness of an action
“You want a piece of music - bang, you can download it.”
Adverb
Without delay
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“The reform movement was just beginning when it bang ran into opposition.”
Adverb
Completely and without qualification
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“The organisation was updated bang 21st century.”
Noun
A sudden loud, sharp noise
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“A cabin crew member also later reported hearing a loud bang from the ceiling of the aircraft just before the vibrations began.”
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A sudden painful blow
“She was shunted from the rear on her way to the flag and had a nasty bang into the bank just before the finish line.”
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A pleasurably intense stimulation of the feelings
“… tried to get the most bang for her money at the attractions at the county fair.”
Noun
A forceful collision of two things
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A thing that can be heard
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A tall annual herb, Cannabis sativa, native to Asia
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Punctuation mark “!” (used to denote excitement, surprise or shock)
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A thing that arouses activity or energy in someone or something
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A wound, such as a bruise, in which the skin is not broken
Noun
An act of flapping something, typically a wing or arm, up and down or from side to side
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Energy, vigor or high spirits
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A state of noisy, confused activity
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A standard quantity or amount
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Verb
Make a sudden loud noise, typically repeatedly
“However the wind outside was making it bang too much so I locked it, and later when the cat wanted to go outside he meowed for me to open it for him.”
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Moving by hitting hard
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“I began to bang my head on the table in front of me.”
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To come into usually forceful contact with something
“The toy car banged into the wall and stopped.”
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To engage in amorous relations
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Hit with a loud noise
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Explode or cause to explode
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To put or set into the ground to grow
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To move heavily or clumsily
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To quiver or vibrate due to being shaken or struck
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(euphemistic) To have intimate relations with someone
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To make a sudden, sharp noise, or succession of noises
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To ring a doorbell
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To cause or create a dent in something by applying pressure
Interjection
Representing a loud noise or heavy impact
Interjection
Exclamation representing an explosion or abrupt occurrence
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