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bangverb [I/T]

 us   /bæŋ/
to make or cause something to make a sudden loud, usually short noise, esp. by hitting two things together: [T] He banged his head on the open cupboard door. To bang out something is to do something quickly: [M] I sat down at the piano and banged out a tune.

bangnoun [C]

 us   /bæŋ/
a sudden loud, usually short noise: She ran out of the room and slammed the door with a bang.
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