Used to express or imitate the sound of a sudden loud noise
firecrackers went bang
Bang, Bang! You're dead
Used to convey the suddenness of an action or process
the minute something becomes obsolete, bang, it's gone
Strike or put down (something) forcefully and noisily, typically in anger or in order to attract attention
he began to bang the table with his fist
Sarah banged the phone down
someone was banging on the door
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
Make a sudden loud noise, typically repeatedly
the shutter was banging in the wind
(of a door) Open or close violently and noisily
he banged the kitchen door shut behind him
the door banged open and a man staggered out
(of a person) Move around or do something noisily, esp. as an indication of anger or irritation
she was banging around the kitchen
(of a sports player) Hit (a ball or a shot) forcefully and successfully
in his second start he banged out two hits
(of a man) Have sexual intercourse with (a woman)
Cut (hair) in a fringe
A sudden loud noise
the door slammed with a bang
I heard a series of loud bangs
A sharp blow causing such a loud noise
I went to answer a bang on the front door
A sudden painful blow
a nasty bang on the head
A fringe of hair cut straight across the forehead
she brushed back her wispy bangs
vulgar. An act of sexual intercourse
The character “!”
bang in the middle of town
bring your wardrobe bang up to date
slam: strike violently; "slam the ball"
directly; "he ran bang into the pole"; "ran slap into her"
knock: a vigorous blow; "the sudden knock floored him"; "he took a bash right in his face"; "he got a bang on the head"
a sudden very loud noise
to produce a sharp often metallic explosive or percussive sound; "One of them banged the sash of the window nearest my bed"
a border of hair that is cut short and hangs across the forehead
!Bang! is a professional wrestling promotion owned by Dory Funk, Jr. It is run by the Funking Conservatory, a full-service professional wrestling school, and the stars of !BANG! play as members of the Funking Conservatory team. ...
BANG! is the second studio release from Canadian rock band The Other Children. I was released on May 27, 2008. Originally intended as a double-album, the album features nine songs chosen from over sixty written for the project.
Bang! is a wild west-themed card game similar to a spaghetti western designed by Emiliano Sciarra and released by Italian publisher daVinci Editrice in 2002. In 2004, Bang! won the Origins Award for Best Traditional Card Game of 2003 and Best Graphic Design of a Card Game or Expansion.
Bang was an American hard rock band from Florida, active briefly in the early 1970s. The group released 3 albums on Capitol Records and had one minor hit single with "Questions", which reached #90 on the Billboard Hot 100. ...
Bang was a Greek band that represented Greece in the ESC 1987 and had minor success in Europe and Japan.
“Bang” is the 54th episode of the ABC television series, Desperate Housewives. It was also the seventh episode of the show’s third season. The episode was written by Joe Keenan and directed by Larry Shaw. It aired on November 5, 2006. ...
Bang is the second album by Chicago alternative rock group Empires. After digitally releasing singles monthly since December 2009, Bang was digitally released on March 9, 2010. The album has since been made physically available on the band's official website.
'Bang!' was a self-released EP that was a follow up to Nightmare of You's successful debut album Nightmare of You.
Bang (also known as The Big Bang Theory) is a 1997 independent film directed by Ash.
The following is a list of episodes of the television series, Harper's Island. The show aired on CBS in the United States and Global TV in Canada, with the pilot premiering on April 9, 2009 as a mid-season replacement following the series finale of Eleventh Hour.
Bang is the sixth studio album by James Gang, released in 1973. This is the first James Gang album featuring lead guitarist Tommy Bolin after Domenic Troiano left the band.
A sudden percussive noise; A strike upon an object causing such a noise; An explosion; (especially plural) A fringe of hair cut across the forehead. (British: fringe); The symbol !, known as an exclamation point; A factorial, in mathematics, because the factorial of n is often written as n! ...
(bangs) Hair cut so as to hang down over the forehead
(Bangs) The longer wool appearing at the front base of the ears and top of the head in some wooled breeds.
(Bangs) A casual or slang term for the disease Brucellosis in cattle. The terms "banger" and "banged out" are used to describe cattle that have tested positive for Brucellosis.
(Bangs) Also known as a ‘fringe’. Hair which covers the forehead, stopping just above the eyes (unless of course, you can’t afford a haircut, in which case, it can get a little messy)
(Bangs) The very heavy fringe Cher sported during the early to mid 60s, growing out like wings in the late 60s, finally dissapearing altogether by early 70s; reappeared in various forms of wigs throughout her middle age.
(bangs) HAIR + (2h) touch FTs at middle of forehead and separate showing lower hairline.