bang

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} Çat!/Bom!
(Argo) cinsel ilişkiye girmek
(Argo) mala vurmak
{i} gürültü

Yan komşular sabahtan beri gürültü yapıyor. - The neighbours have been banging about next door all morning.

{f} küt diye çarpmak (Argo)
(Argo) aşk yaşamak
dan dun
çat/bom
şiddetli vuruş
perçem

Saçımı kesen bayana perçemden hoşlanmadığımı söyleyebilmek isterdim. - I'd love to be able to tell the lady who cuts my hair that I don’t like bangs.

(Argo) mercimeği fırına vermek
sansasyon
şiddetle çarpmak
çarpma sesi
vurmak
şiddetli ani gürültü
sikmek
büyük heyecan
{i} darbe
yaygın çaba
ses çıkartacak biçimde çarpmak
sevk
{f} çarp

O, öfkeyle kapıyı çarptı. - He banged the door in anger.

Tom başını bir ağaç dalına çarptı. - Tom banged his head on a tree branch.

tam
gürültü/tantana yapmak
sikişmek
bas bas bağırmak
büyük patlama
bir vuruş neticesinde çıkan ses
{f} yatmak
{i} heyecan, sevinç
{f} çarpmak
{i} patırtı
argo heyecan
{ü} çat
gürültü ile kapatmak
{f} sevişmek
{f} hızla çarpmak
{f} güm diye çarpmak (Argo)
{f} gürültülü bir
gürültü yapmak
{i} uyuşturucu enjeksiyonu
{i} zevk
{ü} küt
şevk
bütünüyle
argo uyuşturucu madde içitimi
{i} heyecan
tamamen
{ü} pat

Tom yüksek sesle patlama duydu. - Tom heard a loud bang.

Dinamit bir patlama ile ses çıkardı. - The dynamite went off with a bang.

{f} şiddetle çarpmak/kapanmak
{ü} güm
{i} patlama

Tom yüksek sesle patlama duydu. - Tom heard a loud bang.

Yüksek sesli bir patlama oldu. - There was a loud bang.

bir şeyi yapma gayreti
güm diye çarpmak
komple
(Argo) götürmek
(Argo) seks yapmak
olay
küt diye çarpmak
bang up
(Argo) kodese tıkmak
bang up
canına okumak
bang out
gürültüyle çal
bang up
boz
bang up
mahvetmek
bang-on
aynen öyle
bang-on
çok doğru
bang a nail
Çivi çakmak

You use a hammer to bang a nail into a piece of wood.

bang away
çok çalışmak
bang for buck
paranın karşılığını bang
bang for the buck
verilen paraya en iyisini almak
bang for the buck
belli bir paranın karşılığında alınabileceğin en iyisi
bang one's head against a stone wall
boşuna uğraş
bang out of order
Kesinlikle kabul edilemez
bang-on
tümüyle doğru
bang about
{f} gürültü yapmak
bang about
(fiil) gürültü yapmak
bang away
(fiil) çok çalışmak
bang in the face
tam yüzüne
bang in the face
suratının ortasına
bang in the middle
tam ortada
bang into
{f} çarpmak
bang into
{f} toslamak
bang off
derhal
bang off
hemen
bang on
tamamen doğru
bang on
tamamen
bang on
tam
bang on
tümüyle doğru
bang on
şüphesiz doğru
bang on about
(deyim) susmak bilmemek
bang on time
tam zamanında
bang on time
dakikası dakikasına
bang one's head against a wall
boşuna çırpınmak
bang one's head against a wall
olmayacak işe kalkışmak
bang out
(Dilbilim) gürültülü müzik yapmak
bang out
gürültüyle çalmak
bang sense into smb
düşünmesini sağlamak
bang someone
(Argo) yatağa atmak
bang the door on
kapıyı suratına çarpmak
bang the door on
imkânsızlaştırmak
bang the door on
bütün kapıları kapatmak
bang up
mükemmel
bang up
çok iyi, müthiş
bang up
mahvetmek, canına okumak: You can use my car, but don't you dare bang it up! Arabamı kullanabilirsin, ama canına okuyayım deme!
bang up
(Fiili Deyim ) mahvetmek , berbat etmek , canına okumak
bangs
kâkul
bangs
kâkül
bangs
(isim) kâkül
bang on
(Konuşma Dili) tam olarak
big bang
Büyük Patlama: Evrenin yaklaşık 13,7 milyar yıl önce aşırı yoğun ve sıcak bir noktadan meydana geldiğini savunan evrenin evrimi kuramı ve geniş şekilde kabul gören kozmolojik model
bangs
kırkma
bangs
perçem

Saçımı kesen bayana perçemden hoşlanmadığımı söyleyebilmek isterdim. - I'd love to be able to tell the lady who cuts my hair that I don’t like bangs.

Boom Bang Bang
Dum Tek Tek
banging
beceriyor
beat/bang/hit one´s head against a stone wall
k. dili boşuna uğraşmak, haybeye kürek çekmek
finger bang
parmak bang
gang bang
Toplu seks
gang bang
Toplu tecavüz
get a bang out of
(deyim) -e bayılmak, -e bitmek, -den zevk almak
go bang
bang gitmek
straight bang
(Moda) Saçları düz olarak kasların üstüne kadar kesilip, tarandığı saç modeli
the big bang theory
big bang teorisi
be bang on
İng., k.dili. tam isabet etmek, taşı gediğine koymak
beat/bang/hit one's
{k} boşuna uğraşmak, haybeye kürek çekmek
big bang
başlangıç
big bang theory
büyük patlama teorisi
flash to bang time
(Askeri) ALEV SES FASILASI (ARASI): Ateş etmekte olan bir silah alevinin gözle görülmesi ile aynı silahtan çıkan patlama sesinin duyulması arasında geçen zaman
flash to bang time
(Askeri) alev ses fırtınası
get a bang on
(a part of one's body) k.dili. darbe yemek: She got a bang on her head. Başına bir darbe yedi
get a bang on
bedenine darbe yemek
get a bang out of
{k} -e bayılmak, -e bitmek
slap bang
birden
slap bang
aniden
slap bang
hızla
slap bang
tam olarak
slap bang
tam
Türkçe - Türkçe
(Osmanlı Dönemi) f. Ses, sadâ, haykırma, bir ağızdan alkı
big bang
Evrenin büyük bir patlama sonucu oluştuğunu savunan kuram
İngilizce - İngilizce
a verbal emulation of a sudden percussive sound

He pointed his finger at her like a gun and said, Bang!.

An explosive product, in mining

Load the bang into the hole.

A fringe of hair cut across the forehead. (British: fringe)

1902: She was not much to look at. Her red hair hung in an uncurled bang over her forehead — Barbara Baynton, short story Squeaker's Mate (variously reprinted, including in The Penguin Century of Australian Stories, ed. Carmel Bird, 2000, ISBN 0-670-89233-5).

An act of sexual intercourse
The symbol !, known as an exclamation point

An e-mail address with an ! is called a bang path.

An explosion
An offbeat figure typical of reggae songs and played on guitar and piano
To make sudden loud noises, and often repeatedly, especially by exploding or hitting something

The fireworks banged away all through the night.

A sudden percussive noise

When he struck it with a hammer, there was a loud bang.

A strike upon an object causing such a noise
A factorial, in mathematics, because the factorial of n is often written as n!
An abrupt left turn, in Boston slang; the opposite of this, an abrupt right turn, is a hang
To engage in sexual intercourse
To hammer or to hit anything hard

Hold the picture while I bang in this nail.

plural: Brucellosis, a bacterial disease (a corruption of the alternate name "Bang's disease")
{v} t. to beat, thump, use or treat roughly
{n} a blow, thump, knock, stroke, rap
{f} beat, strike; make constant noise; cut hair shorter exposing more of the forehead; (Aggressive Slang) engage in sexual intercourse, couple
To cut squarely across, as the tail of a horse, or the forelock of human beings; to cut (the hair)
a vigorous blow; "the sudden knock floored him"; "he took a bash right in his face"; "he got a bang on the head"
leap, jerk, bang; "Bullets spanged into the trees"
A term often used for the exclamation point (!)
or bann (feminine, gen bainne, bainge) a stroke (swimming, rowing)
If you say bang goes something, you mean that it is now obvious that it cannot succeed or be achieved. There will be more work to do, not less. Bang goes the fantasy of retirement at
a conspicuous success; "that song was his first hit and marked the beginning of his career"; "that new Broadway show is a real smasher"; "the party went with a bang"
plural: Brucellosis, a bacterial disease (a corruption of the alternate name "Bangs disease")"
In Unix-ese, an exclamation point The C shell command !!, which repeats the last command, for example, is pronounced "Bang!Bang!" Try this with your children they will love it
If you bang into something or someone, you bump or knock them hard, usually because you are not looking where you are going. Various men kept banging into me in the narrow corridor. = bump
move noisily; "The window banged shut"; "The old man banged around the house"
have sexual intercourse with; "This student sleeps with everyone in her dorm"; "Adam knew Eve"; "Were you ever intimate with this man?"
To inject drugs
The short, front hair combed down over the forehead, esp
To beat, as with a club or cudgel; to treat with violence; to handle roughly
a fringe of banged hair (cut short squarely across the forehead)
the swift release of a store of affective force; "they got a great bang out of it"; "what a boot!"; "he got a quick rush from injecting heroin"; "he does it for kicks"
12. If something begins or ends with a bang, it begins or ends with a lot of energy, enthusiasm, or success. Her career began with a bang in 1986
A blow as with a club; a heavy blow
To make a loud noise, as if with a blow or succession of blows; as, the window blind banged and waked me; he was banging on the piano
Club
{i} strike, hit; sound of an explosion; slam; cannabis, hemp
If you bang something on something or if you bang it down, you quickly and violently put it on a surface, because you are angry. She banged his dinner on the table He banged down the telephone
If something bangs, it makes a sudden loud noise, once or several times. The engine spat and banged
with a sudden slamming boom; noisily
To beat or thump, or to cause (something) to hit or strike against another object, in such a way as to make a loud noise; as, to bang a drum or a piano; to bang a door (against the doorpost or casing) in shutting it
when cut squarely across; a false front of hair similarly worn
directly; "he ran bang into the pole"; "ran slap into her"
type term
a sudden very loud noise
directly; "he ran bang into the pole"; "ran slap into her
a fringe of banged hair (cut short squarely across the forehead) a sudden very loud noise the swift release of a store of affective force; "they got a great bang out of it"; "what a boot!"; "he got a quick rush from injecting heroin"; "he does it for kicks"
If you bang a door or if it bangs, it closes suddenly with a loud noise. the sound of doors banging All up and down the street the windows bang shut The wind banged a door somewhere. = slam
strike violently; "slam the ball"
In programming, a common slang term for an excalmation point (!) In HTML, a common slant term for a forward slash (/)
to bang your head against a brick wall: see brick. To cut (hair) in bangs. Variant of bhang
Spoken name for an exclamation point, used in old-style UUCP addresses to delimit the steps in a path from one site to another
If you bang on something or if you bang it, you hit it hard, making a loud noise. We could bang on the desks and shout till they let us out There is no point in shouting or banging the table
The sound produced by a sudden concussion
The exclamation point! Used to separate machine names in UUCP bang-style addressing, which isn't all that common anymore
close violently; "He slammed the door shut"
Bangs are hair which is cut so that it hangs over your forehead
{ü} boom!
If you bang a part of your body, you accidentally knock it against something and hurt yourself. She'd fainted and banged her head He hurried into the hall, banging his shin against a chair in the darkness. Bang is also a noun. a nasty bang on the head
Another name for the exclamation point (!)
emphasis You can use bang to emphasize expressions that indicate an exact position or an exact time. bang in the middle of the track For once you leave bang on time for work. = right see also big bang theory
Colloquial name for gelignite
to produce a sharp often metallic explosive or percussive sound; "One of them banged the sash of the window nearest my bed"
A bang is a sudden loud noise such as the noise of an explosion. I heard four or five loud bangs She slammed the door with a bang
bang about
To make a lot of percussive noise while doing an activity
bang around
To make a lot of percussive noise while doing an activity
bang away
to constantly and irritatingly talk (about)

My folks keep banging away at me to study harder.

bang away
to strike or hit repeatedly

bang away on the drums.

bang away
to work tirelessly

I've been banging away at the essay for ages, but it still isn't finished.

bang for the buck
Efficiency; cost-effectiveness; value

Do you think he would get as much bang for the buck out of a fancier, more expensive car?.

bang on
To constantly talk about

I started recycling, just so she’d stop banging on about it to me.

bang on
Exactly at

She’s bang on the dot, as usual.

bang on about
To keep talking endlessly about the same subject

He was banging on about the election results. I just stopped listening after a while.

bang out
To do something quickly, in a slipshod, or unprofessional manner

The band were banging out a vaguely recognisable version of the Star Spangled Banner.

bang straw
A nick name for a thresher, but applied to all the servants of a farmer
bang to rights
To have sufficient, undisputable evidence that a person's actions are generally perceived to be wrong; to catch red-handed

Good week for: Cyclists, after Britain's most prolific bicycle thief was banged to rights.

bang to rights
caught red-handed; in a guilty state

Mad Pierre sarcastically responded that the spammer was correct. “Damn, you've got us bang to rights.

bang up
To put someone in prison

He was so drunk that the police banged him up for the night.

bang up
To damage

He banged up his new car last night.

bang up
Wonderful

He’s doing a bang up good job.

bang up cove
a dashing fellow who spends his money freely
bang-up
Especially good; wonderful; superb

When we get to Nashville, let's find some nice place to eat, and let's have the best bang-up chicken dinner in town!”.

bang for the buck
(deyim) Value for the money spent

We were able to get a big bang for our buck when we advertised on the Internet.

bang about
{f} make much noise about something
bang against
knock into, bump into
bang around
To hang around, or spend idle time in Between adventures, bashers sometimes "bang around the Cage "
bang away
{f} work with effort and diligently (e.g., "The student was banging away at his school project until it was finished"); attack stubbornly and ask questions aggressively (e.g."The reporters are going to keep banging away at him")
bang into
{f} smash into; collide into; crash into
bang out
play loudly; "They banged out `The star-spangled banner'
bang out
play loudly; "They banged out `The star-spangled banner'"
bang the drum
pound on the drum (percussion instrument)
bang up
make pregnant; "He impregnated his wife again"
bang up
damage or destroy as if by violence; "The teenager banged up the car of his mother"
bang up
{f} damage, beat someone badly; damage badly (e.g., "He banged up his car")
bang up
damage or destroy as if by violence; "The teenager banged up the car of his mother
bang-on
If someone is bang-on with something, they are exactly right in their opinions or actions. If we are not bang-on with our preparations then we could have problems
bang-up
very good; "he did a bully job"; "a neat sports car"; "had a great time at the party"; "you look simply smashing
bang-up
very good
bang-up
{s} (Colloquial) excellent, terrific, top-notch (e.g. That sure was a bang-up party; it may be the best one I've ever been to!)
11 Bang-Bang
An infantryman. Slang from the MOS designation "11B" (pronounced "11 Bravo"). Related variations include 11 Bush and, pejoratively, 11 Bulletstop
Big Bang
The cosmic event that marks the beginning of time and the rapid expansion of space for the visible universe. The evolution of the universe since that beginning point is described by the Big Bang Theory
bangs
plural form of bang
bangs
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of bang
big bang
In project management, a project that has no staged delivery. The customer must wait, sometimes months, before seeing anything. At the end of the wait comes a "big bang"
big bang
An explosion giving rise to a universe

Millions of big bangs may be happening as we speak.

gang bang
A gang rape
gang bang
Protecting gang turf, especially when dealing drugs or other black market objects
gang bang
An orgy, especially a sexual one

2005: This gang-bang speaks more to journalistic groupthink than to any real moral or legal reasoning. - Jacob Weisberg, Slate Magazine.

gang bang
A gang fight
slam-bang
Noisy, raucous

Fifteen years of marriage in full would cry out for a slam-bang celebration.

slam-bang
Violent, forceful

The waiter took my order, a slam-bang something with eggs and pancakes: enough cholesterol to power the whole state of Idaho.

slam-bang
Impressive, exciting

An eentsy-weentsy office with a slam-bang T1 connection that she couldn't figure out how to hook up to her slam-bang computer that she couldn't figure out how to plug in.

slam-bang
Noisy activity

But James in describing the slam-bang of her upbringing has given us every reason for her turning out crazy, vengeful or anti-social.

slam-bang
Shot or hit with a noise

Well! as soon as I jumped out of his way, bang went his piece, and bang went another, let fly by an Injun;—down went the Major, shot right through the hips, slam-bang.

slap bang
Exactly, precisely

Nick Clegg at the NUS conference April 2010; I hope your conference is going to go well. You've certainly chosen a great time to hold it – slap bang in the middle of a general election campaign.

Boom Bang Bang
"Düm Tek Tek" is a song by Turkish singer Hadise that was performed as the Turkish entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 2009 in Moscow, Russia
get a bang out of
(deyim) Derive excitement or pleasure from
with a bang
Abruptly
with a bang
Impressively
banged
past of bang
banging
a continuing very loud noise
banging
Excellent, brilliant, very exciting, top, great
banging
the act of subjecting to strong attack
banging
The action of the verb to bang
banging
{i} slamming, booming, thumping
banging
Huge; great in size
banging
(used informally) very large; "a thumping loss"
banging
present participle of bang
bangs
plural of bang
bangs
hair cut so as to hang down over the forehead
bangs
third-person singular of bang
bangs
{i} hair cut straight short across the forehead
big bang
The most widely accepted theory of the origin of the Universe, according to which it began in a hot, infinitely dense state 10 to 20 billion years ago and has been expanding and cooling ever since
big bang
A cosmological theory in which the Universe begins expanding from a dense, superhot state of radiation and matter; this expansion of space presumably started some 15 to 20 billion years ago and produced the cosmic background radiation
big bang
the giant explosion that created the universe 10 billion to 20 billion years ago
big bang
The singularity at the beginning of the universe
big bang
Singularity at the beginning of the universe
big bang
The theory that the universe expands adiabatically according to the standard equations of general relativity from an initial state of infinite density, temperature, and pressure except during the period from about 10 -43 to 10 -34 seconds (of the universe's existence), when it expanded at an exponentially accelerated rate
big bang
Event that cosmologists consider the beginning of the universe, in which all matter and radiation in the entire universe came into being
big bang
The primordial explosion that is thought to have resulted in the expanding universe
big bang
Beginning of the universe; a transition from conditions of unimaginable density and temperature to conditions of lower density and temperature
big bang
–A model for the evolution of the Universe, which postulates its origin in a hot, dense state that rapidly expanded to a cooler, less dense state A host of recent astronomical evidence strongly supports this model
big bang
The primeval explosion which most astronomers think gave rise to the universe as we see it today, in which clusters of galaxies are moving apart from one another By "running the film backward'' — projecting the galaxies' motions backward of time — astronomers calculate that the Big Bang happened about 10 to 15 billion years ago
big bang
The first big shake-up of the stock market, in October 1986 This marked the end of single capacity, in which jobbers bought and sold shares for their own account and stockbrokers acted as agents only Afterwards brokers could hold and trade shares and many of them were wise enough to do so at the time of the 1987 crash This was followed in 1996 by the introduction of CREST and then in 1997 by Big Bang II
big bang
(cosmology) the cosmic explosion that is hypothesized to have marked the origin of the universe
big bang
Theory that suggests that about 15 billion years ago all of the matter and energy in the universe was concentrated into an area smaller than a dime At this instant Then suddenly, the universe began to expand at an incredible rate and matter, energy, space and time came into being As the universe expanded, matter began to coalesce into gas clouds, and then stars and planets Some scientists believe that this expansion is finite and will one day cease After this point in time, the universe will begin to collapse until a Big Crunch occurs
big bang
(a) A widely accepted model for the beginning of the Universe, the Big Bang explains the expansion of the Universe and the cosmic microwave background radiation Basically it states that the Universe is cooling from a hot, dense explosion, and matter came from this first fireball of radiation (b) Term applied to the drummer of a goblin rock band, who inadvertently smashed too hard one day, breaking the skin and letting loose all the stuff inside Since then the goblins have resolved to make the best of a bad situation See also big crunch
big bang
an explosion that took place at the beginning of time in which the universe was created out of
big bang
According to Einstein's General Theory of Relativity, the expanding universe originated from a singular point in space This explosive event (about 13 billion years ago) was dubbed the Big Bang by the skeptical British Astrophysicist, Fred Hoyle, and the name stuck Hoyle was an advocate of the steady state universe, but that theory has very few advocates today Evidence for the Big Bang is overwhelming
big bang
The name given to the initial instant of the expanding universe theory, in which the universe begins as an infinitely dense and hot medium Big Bang is supposed to be a kind of explosion out of which all the matter in the universe was generated Estimates are that the age of the universe is about 15 000 000 000 years
big bang
A theory of cosmology that the universe originated billions of years ago as a violent eruption of a single point binary compounds - Chemical compounds made of only two elements bipolar jets - Material emitted in streams from opposites sides of an object
big bang
The beginning event in the Universe The explosion of this primordial fireball some 15 billion years ago caused the initial outward expansion of gas and dust which formed the universe CETI: An acronym for Communication with Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence
big bang
The big-bang theory of cosmology that proposes that 10 to 20 billion years ago there was an explosion of some initial state of extreme density and temperature, producing all matter and radiation in the universe [2: big-bang ]; [3: Cosmic Electrodynamic Mode: alternative to big bang theory ]; [2: big bang, yin & yang ]; [3: bigbang html ]; [3: From the Big Bang to the Present ]
big bang
The explosion and rapid explansion of matter that occurred at the creation of our universe In the immediate aftermath of the Big Bang, all matter is thought to have consisted of free quarks and gluons at extremely high temperatures and densities This plasma then cooled and coalesced into the particles and atoms that now make up all objects in the universe
big bang
The theory that suggests that the universe was formed from a single point in space during a cataclysmic explosion about 18 billion years ago The force of the explosion accounts for the current expansion of the universe
big bang
the initial explosive event marking the beginning of the universe, and responsible for the observed expansion of the universe
big bang
A theory of cosmology in which the expansion of the Universe is presumed to have begun with a primeval explosion
big bang
The cosmic explosion that marked the origin of the universe according to the big bang theory. the name given to the changes in the system and rules of the London Stock Exchange which came into effect on December 27th 1986. Model of the origin of the universe, which holds that it emerged from a state of extremely high temperature and density in an explosive expansion 10 billion-15 billion years ago. Its two basic assumptions that Albert Einstein's general theory of relativity correctly describes the gravitational interaction of all matter and that an observer's view of the universe does not depend on direction of observation or on location make it possible to calculate physical conditions in the universe back to a very early time called the Planck time (after Max Planck). According to the model proposed by George Gamow in the 1940s, the universe expanded rapidly from a highly compressed early state, with a steady decrease in density and temperature. Within seconds, matter predominated over antimatter and certain nuclei formed. It took another million years before atoms could form and electromagnetic radiation could travel through space unimpeded. The abundances of hydrogen, helium, and lithium and the discovery of cosmic background radiation support the model, which also explains the redshifts of the light from distant galaxies as resulting from the expansion of space
big bang
theoretical explosion that created the universe (Astronomy)
big bang theory
In astronomy the big bang theory is a theory that suggests that the universe was created as a result of an extremely large explosion. A cosmological theory holding that the universe originated approximately 20 billion years ago from the violent explosion of a very small agglomeration of matter of extremely high density and temperature. the idea that the universe began with a single large explosion (the 'big bang'), and that the pieces are still flying apart steady state theory
big bang theory
model according to which the universe was created from a gigantic explosion of one point
big-bang theory
(cosmology) the theory that the universe originated 20 billion years ago from the cataclysmic explosion of a small mass of matter at extremely high density and temperature
gang bang
use of many programmers to quickly complete a complex product (Computers); instance in which several persons engage in sexual intercourse with one person (Vulgar Slang); gang rape (Vulgar Slang)
go bang
explode
interjection bang 4
used to make a sound like a gun or bomb
loud bang
loud sharp noise, loud rapping sound (like that of a collision or gunfire)
slam-bang
forcefully, noisily, powerfully
slam-bang
violent and sudden and noisy; "a slam-bang collision"
slam-bang
in a violent or sudden or noisy manner; "the pans fell slam-bang and woke the whole house"
slam-bang
with heedless speed; "yachts ran slap-bang into the convoy at 15 knots an hour
slap bang
Slap bang is used in expressions such as slap bang in the middle of somewhere to mean exactly in that place. Of course, slap-bang in the middle of town the rents are high
slap-bang
directly or immediately; "it hit slap-bang in the middle"
slap-bang
in a violent or sudden or noisy manner; "the pans fell slam-bang and woke the whole house"
slap-bang
directly or immediately; "it hit slap-bang in the middle
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bang-bang
(Havacılık) bang bang
bang