Noun(1) a vigorous blow(2) a sudden very loud noise(3) a border of hair that is cut short and hangs across the forehead(4) the swift release of a store of affective force(5) a conspicuous success
Verb(1) strike violently(2) to produce a sharp often metallic explosive or percussive sound(3) close violently(4) move noisily(5) have sexual intercourse with(6) leap, jerk, bang
(1) Just when you thought it was safe to never watch a Cavs game again, bang !(2) But I never realised he was, well, you know, I just thought he'd had a bang on the head.(3) And it just got progressively more and more and more, just keeping on adding to our jobs├ö├ç┬¬ and then one morning├ö├ç┬¬ bang !(4) A cabin crew member also later reported hearing a loud bang from the ceiling of the aircraft just before the vibrations began.(5) The house did not suffer any structural damage but when the lightning hit the house there was an enormous bang , the fuses blew and the power went.(6) We are also bang opposite the London Eye, and very close, but I forgot to take pictures of that.(7) Sugar triggers the release of feel-good hormones into your brain - and, bang , you're fixed.(8) Then Chris got a bang on the head and said he would feel better if I kept on kicking anyway.(9) You want a piece of music - bang , you can download it.(10) Young Andrew Wilson, until a bang on the head necessitated his withdrawal, again played very well.(11) firecrackers went bang(12) She was shunted from the rear on her way to the flag and had a nasty bang into the bank just before the finish line.(13) Just when you think that childhood diseases were nothing more than a fuzzy memory - bang , you develop shingles.(14) Of course we have to do it - so we did - and the predictable result was the gun went bang every time.(15) The drop in revenues between the fourth quarter and the first quarter of this year is bang in line with the trend of the past three years.(16) I took a slight bang on the elbow, but the shoulder is absolutely fine - there was no reaction.
1. precisely ::
2. smack ::
3. thud ::
4. blow ::
5. fringe ::
6. smash ::
7. flush ::
8. blast ::
9. hit ::
10. go bang ::
11. slam ::
12. bed ::
13. spang ::
Different Formsbang, banged, banging, bangor, bangs
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