English - Vietnamese Dictionary
bang /bæɳ/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- tiếng sập mạnh; tiếng nổ lớn
- to shut the door with a bang: sập cửa đánh rầm một cái
- ngoại động từ
- đánh mạnh, đập mạnh
- to bang one's first on the table: đập bàn thình thình
- (từ lóng) trôi hơn, vượt hơn
- nội động từ
- sập mạnh; nổ vang
- the gun banged: tiếng súng nổ vang
- phó từ
- thình lình; thẳng ngay vào; đánh rầm một cái; vang lên
- to go bang at somebody: thình lình lao vào ai
- the ball hit him bang in the eye: quả bóng tin trúng ngay vào mắt nó
- to go bang: nổ (súng)
bangs|banged|bangingbæŋAdvanced English Dictionary
+a vigorous blow
+a sudden very loud noise
+a fringe of hair that is cut short squarely across the forehead
+the swift release of a store of affective force
+a conspicuous success
+to produce a sharp often metallic explosive or percussive sound
+have sexual intercourse with
+leap, jerk, bang
verb, noun, adverb, exclamationCollocation Dictionary
1 ~ (on) sth to hit sth in a way that makes a loud noise: [VN] The baby was banging the table with his spoon. + [V] She banged on the door angrily.
2 to close sth or to be closed with a loud noise: [VN] Don't bang the door when you go out! + [V] A window was banging somewhere (= opening and closing noisily). + [V-ADJ] The door banged shut behind her.
3 [VN +adv./prep.] to put sth somewhere suddenly and violently: He banged the money down on the counter. + She banged saucepans around irritably.
4 [VN] to hit sth, especially a part of the body, against sth by accident: She tripped and banged her knee on the desk.
5 [VN] (!!!, slang) (of a man) to have sex with a woman
Idioms see DRUM n., HEAD n.
Phrasal Verbs: bang about / around to move around noisily: We could hear the kids banging around upstairs.
bang into sth to crash into or hit sth by mistake: I banged into a chair and hurt my leg.
bang on about sth (BrE, informal) to talk a lot about sth in a boring way: He keeps banging on about his new job.
1 a sudden loud noise: The door swung shut with a bang. + Suddenly there was a loud bang and a puff of smoke.
See also - BIG BANG
2 a sudden painful blow on a part of the body: a bang on the head
3 (bangs) [pl.] (AmE) = FRINGE (1)
Idioms: with a bang (informal)
1 very successfully: The party went with a bang.
2 in a way that everyone notices; with a powerful effect: The team won their last four games, ending the season with a bang.
more at EARTH n., SLAP adv.
+ adverb (informal, especially BrE) exactly; completely: Our computers are bang up to date. + My estimate was bang on target. + You're bang on time, as usual
See also - SLAP BANG
Idioms: bang goes sth (BrE, informal) used when you say that sth you hoped to have or achieve is no longer possible: Bang went my hopes of promotion.
go bang (informal) to burst or explode with a loud noise; to make a sudden loud noise: A balloon suddenly went bang.
Idioms see RIGHT n.
exclamation used to show the sound of sth loud, like a gun: 'Bang, bang, you're dead!' shouted the little boy.
1 sudden loud noise
almighty, big, enormous, huge, loud, massive, terrific, tremendous
VERB + BANG
let out, make
The engine let out a bang. Will the firework make a loud enough bang?
We suddenly heard an almighty bang from the kitchen.
BANG + VERB
with a ~
She slammed the door with a loud bang.
2 sudden hard hit
He got a nasty bang on the head.
VERB + BANG
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