British • informal
- 1Crash (a motor vehicle or aircraft): Ernie pranged his sports car last monthMore example sentences
- They prang their aircraft on the summit of that, however, and all die through lack of oxygen.
- The shocked motorist rubbed her eyes in disbelief when she pranged her car.
- They were, after all, responsible for not one but two of his family cars being pranged in the same bizarre accident three years ago.
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- 1A crash involving a motor vehicle or aircraft: he had numerous prangs and near misses in his motoring lifeMore example sentences
- A former driving school car is also easily spotted by the poor panel gaps and resprayed bodywork that come from the numerous minor prangs of learner drivers.
- These type of prangs have dropped though as the cops around the countries fill in the gaps between the revenue raisers.
- The situation is just an accident waiting to happen and there are already frequent prangs and bumps around the junction.
More definitions of prangDefinition of prang in:
- The US English dictionary