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Adjective: bang-up  bang-úp
Usage: N. Amer, informal
  1. Excellent
    "he did a bang-up job";
    - bully [informal], corking [Brit, informal], cracking [Brit, informal], dandy, great, groovy [informal], keen, neat, nifty [informal], not bad [informal], peachy, slap-up [informal], swell [informal], smashing [Brit, informal], old, not half bad [informal], ripper [Austral, informal], grouse [Austral, NZ, informal], lovely
Verb: bang up
Usage: informal
  1. Damage or destroy as if by violence
    "The teenager banged up the car of his mother";
    - smash up, smash
  2. Make pregnant
    "He banged up his wife again";
    - impregnate, knock up [informal]

Derived forms: banging up, bangs up, banged up

See also: good

Type of: damage, fecundate, fertilise [Brit], fertilize, inseminate