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bang1 British & World English

A sudden loud, sharp noise

bang2 British & World English

Variant spelling of bhang.

bang English Thesaurus

the door slammed with a bang

bhang British & World English

The leaves and flower tops of cannabis, used as a narcotic

bang in bhang British & World English

The leaves and flower tops of cannabis, used as a narcotic

beat the drum of British & World English

Be ostentatiously in support of

bhang New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(in India) cannabis leaves

bang on British & World English

Exactly right

Big Bang British & World English

The rapid expansion of matter from a state of extremely high density and temperature which according to current cosmological theories marked the origin of the universe

gang bang British & World English

The successive rape of one person by a group of people

slam-bang British & World English

Exciting and energetic

whiz-bang British & World English

A resounding success

bang goes —— British & World English

Used to express the sudden collapse of a plan or hope

bang away at British & World English

Do something in a persistent or dogged way

bang on about British & World English

Talk at tedious length about (something)

bang to rights British & World English

(Of a criminal) with positive proof of guilt

bang something out British & World English

Play music noisily, enthusiastically, and unskilfully

get a bang out of British & World English

Derive excitement or pleasure from

bang people's heads together British & World English

Reprimand people severely, especially in an attempt to stop them arguing

bang goes —— in bang1 British & World English

Used to express the sudden collapse of a plan or hope

bang something out in bang1 British & World English

Play music noisily, enthusiastically, and unskilfully

slap British & World English

Hit or strike with the palm of the hand or a flat object

slap1 British & World English

Suddenly and directly, especially with great force

bang away at in bang1 British & World English

Do something in a persistent or dogged way

bang on about in bang1 British & World English

Talk at tedious length about (something)

bang to rights in right British & World English

(Of a criminal) with positive proof of guilt

smack British & World English

A sharp slap or blow, typically one given with the palm of the hand

smack1 British & World English

In a sudden and violent way

beat the drum of in drum1 British & World English

Be ostentatiously in support of

get a bang out of in bang1 British & World English

Derive excitement or pleasure from

bang people's heads together in head British & World English

Reprimand people severely, especially in an attempt to stop them arguing

bang or North American dead to rights in right British & World English

(Of a criminal) with positive proof of guilt

bang or knock people's heads together in head British & World English

Reprimand people severely, especially in an attempt to stop them arguing


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