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English definition of “bang”

bang

noun [U]
 
 
/bæŋ/
bang for the/your buck informal if you get more bang for your buck, you get more or better results for the amount of money or effort you spend: Charities try to get a better and bigger bang for the buck by keeping their expenses down. It may cost more, but you get more bang for your buck if you advertise on TV rather than on radio.
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