Slam-bang meaning

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With force and much noise.

Drove slam-bang through the barricade; a slam-bang collision.

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With heedless speed; slapdash.
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With vigorous relentless action and pace.

A thriller that proceeds slam-bang to its conclusion; a slam-bang movie car chase.

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Swiftly or abruptly and recklessly.
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With loud noise.
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Characterized by liveliness, noise, etc.
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With a slam and a bang; with noisy or headlong violence.

The car went slambang into a fence.

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Violent and noisy; unrestrained.
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(intransitive) To go with a slam and a bang; go noisily.
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(onomatopoeia) Noisy, raucous.
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Violent, forceful.
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Shot or hit with a noise.
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(onomatopoeia) Noisy activity.
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