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Adjective: banging  bang-(g)ing
Usage: informal
  1. Very large
    "a banging loss";
    - humongous [informal], thumping [informal], whopping [informal], walloping [informal], humungous [informal]
  2. Excellent, very exciting, great
    "He is a fine banging boy"
Noun: banging  bang-(g)ing
  1. A continuing very loud noise
  2. The act of subjecting to strong attack
    - battering
Verb: bang  bang
  1. Strike violently
    "bang the ball";
    - slam
  2. To produce a sharp often metallic explosive or percussive sound
    "One of them banged the sash of the window nearest my bed"
  3. Close violently
    "He banged the door shut";
    - slam
  4. Move noisily
    "The window banged shut"; "The old man banged around the house"
  5. [vulgar] Have sexual intercourse
    "they banged in the back of the car";
    - sleep together, love, make love, sleep with, have sex, know [archaic], do it [informal], be intimate, have intercourse, lie with [archaic], bed [informal], get it on [informal]
  6. Leap, jerk, bang
    "Bullets banged into the trees";
    - spang

Derived forms: bangings

See also: big, large

Type of: close, collide with, combat, copulate, couple, fight, fighting, go, hit, impact, impinge on, locomote, mate, move, noise, pair, run into, scrap, shut, sound, strike, travel

Encyclopedia: Banging

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