- The definition of bang means a loud, sudden noise.
An example of a bang is the loud sound a cannon makes.
- Bang means a piece of hair that hangs down across someone's forehead.
An example of a bang is the front of a woman's hairstyle that hangs in front of her eyes.
- Bang is defined as to hit or smash.
An example of to bang is to knock hard on a door with a fist to get the attention of people inside a house.
Bang is the sound a cannon makes.
bang definition by Webster's New World
- to hit with a resounding blow; strike hard and noisily
- to shut (a door, window, etc.) noisily
- to handle violently
- Vulgar, Slang to engage in sexual intercourse with
Origin: Old Norse banga, to pound, hammer; akin to German bengel, cudgel, of echoic origin, originally
- to make a loud noise, as through concussion or explosion
- to move noisily or strike sharply (against something)
- a hard, noisy blow or impact
- a loud, sudden noise, as of hitting or exploding
- Informal a display of enthusiasm or vigor: to start with a bang
- Slang a thrill; excitement
- Informal sudden force or effectiveness: the idea hit him with a bang
- Slang, Vulgar the act or an instance of sexual intercourse
- hard, noisily, and suddenly: to run bang against a wall
- suddenly or exactly: be stopped bang in the middle
Origin: ; from bang: see
bang definition by American Heritage Dictionary
- A sudden loud noise, as of an explosion.
- A sudden loud blow or bump.
- Informal A sudden burst of action: The campaign started off with a bang.
- Slang A sense of excitement; a thrill: We got a bang out of watching the old movies.
- To strike heavily and often repeatedly; bump.
- To close suddenly and loudly; slam.
- To handle noisily or violently: banged the pots in the kitchen.
- Vulgar Slang To have sexual intercourse with.
- To make a sudden loud, explosive noise.
- To crash noisily against or into something: My elbow banged against the door.
- Exactly; precisely: The arrow hit bang on the target.
- Suddenly; abruptly: cut the conversation bang off.
Origin: Probably from Old Norse bang, a hammering.
Origin: From bang1.
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bang - Phrases/Idioms
Variant of bhang
Origin: Hindi ; from Sanskrit bhaṅgáḥ, bhaṅgā, hemp