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  1. bang

    • IPA[baŋ]

    英式

    • n.
      a sudden loud, sharp noise;a sharp blow causing a sudden, loud noise
    • v.
      strike or put down (something) forcefully and noisily;come into contact with (something) suddenly and sharply, typically by accident
    • adv.
      exactly;completely
    • excl
      used to convey the sound of a sudden loud noise;used to convey the suddenness of an action
    • verb: bang, 3rd person present: bangs, gerund or present participle: banging, past tense: banged, past participle: banged

    • noun: bang, plural noun: bangs

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    動詞

    • 1. strike or put down (something) forcefully and noisily he began to bang the table with his fist Sarah banged the phone down 同義詞 hit, strike, beat, thump, hammer, ... 更多
    • come into contact with (something) suddenly and sharply, typically by accident I banged my head on the low beams she banged into some shelves in the darkness
    • (of a sports player) hit (a ball or a shot) forcefully and successfully he banged home four penalties in the opening twenty minutes
    • make a sudden loud noise, typically repeatedly the shutter was banging in the wind 同義詞 explode, crack, go off with a bang, detonate, burst, ... 更多
    • (with reference to something such as a door) open or close noisily he banged the kitchen door shut behind him 同義詞 go bang, crash, smash, thud
    • (of a person) move around or do something noisily she was banging around the kitchen
    • 2. vulgar slang have sex with (someone).
    • 3. North American cut (hair) in a fringe.
    • 4. informal (of music) have a loud, energetic beat that is good for dancing to the track bangs and is perfect for any house party
    • be excellent or impressive the food bangs but isn't overpriced

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