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bang

adverb     /bæŋ/ informal
exactly or directly 恰好,正好 The car came to a halt bang in the middle of the road. 那輛汽車正好停在了路中央。 I live bang opposite the cinema. 我正好住在戲院對面。 I turned the corner and walked slap bang into him. 我轉過街角,與他撞個正著。 software that is bang (= completely) up-to-date 最新的軟體 Accurate and exact
Translations of “bang”
in Russian как раз, прямо…
in Turkish tam olarak, doğru bir şekilde…
in Chinese (Simplified) 恰好,正好…
in Polish dokładnie…
(Definition of bang adverb from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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