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bang

verb [I or T] (NOISE) 噪音     /bæŋ/
to (cause something to) make a sudden very loud noise or noises 砰砰猛擊,重擊;(使)發出巨響 She banged her fist angrily on the table. 她氣憤地一拳打在桌子上。 Outside a door was banging in the wind. 外面的一扇門被風吹得砰砰作響。 He could hear someone banging at the door. 他聽到有人在砰砰地敲門。 I could hear her in the kitchen banging about (= doing things noisily). 我能聽見她在廚房裡弄得砰砰亂響。 Sounds made by objects, movement or impact
(Definition of bang verb (NOISE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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