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bang-up

Syllabification: bang-up

Definition of bang-up in English:

adjective

North American informal
Excellent: for a novice, he has done a bang-up job
More example sentences
  • And they're doing a bang-up job: Corporations are currently turning over 30 percent less of their profits to the taxman than they did 20 years ago.
  • Instead he's given the keys to newcomer Stephanie Dupont, and while she's still getting the hang of the whole blogging thing, I can safely say she's doing a bang-up job.
  • I didn't enter anything this week, and Inscrutable American did a bang-up job in presenting the entries.

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