Definition of bada bing in English:

bada bing

Line breaks: bada bing
Pronunciation: /ˌbɑːdə ˈbɪŋ


North American informal
Used to emphasize that something will happen effortlessly and predictably: follow the appropriate twelve-step program and—bada bing—you’re rolling in it
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  • Well, fast-forward a few years, bada bing, cultural icon.
  • We found out each other had a bad day and bada boom bada bing, we were palling around like old buddies.
  • You say a couple things in class (they don't even have to make sense), the prof smiles at you and bada boom bada bing, you're passing the course.


probably imitating the sound of a drum roll; popularized by the US television series The Sopranos.

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