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banging British & World English

(Of dance music) having a loud relentless beat

bang1 British & World English

Strike or put down (something) forcefully and noisily

be banging one's head against a brick wall British & World English

Be doggedly attempting the impossible and suffering in the process

gang bang British & World English

(Of a group of people) rape (someone)

gang-banging in gang bang British & World English

The violent activities of a criminal gang

headbanging British & World English

Violent rhythmic shaking of the head by fans of heavy metal music

bang away at in bang1 British & World English

Do something in a persistent or dogged way

bang something out in bang1 British & World English

Play music noisily, enthusiastically, and unskilfully

bang away at British & World English

Do something in a persistent or dogged way

bang something out British & World English

Play music noisily, enthusiastically, and unskilfully

bang on about in bang1 British & World English

Talk at tedious length about (something)

bang on about British & World English

Talk at tedious length about (something)

beat the drum of in drum1 British & World English

Be ostentatiously in support of

beat the drum of British & World English

Be ostentatiously in support of

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

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

bang people's heads together British & World English

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

be banging one's head against a brick wall in head British & World English

Be doggedly attempting the impossible and suffering in the process

be banging or knocking one's head against a brick wall in head British & World English

Be doggedly attempting the impossible and suffering in the process