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Spanish translation of “bang”

bang

noun /bӕŋ/
a sudden loud noise
portazo, golpe estrepitoso
The door slammed shut with a loud bang.
a blow or knock
golpe (violento), golpetazo
He suffered a bang on the head from a falling branch.
banger noun (British, informal) a sausage
Salchicha
bangers and mash (= sausages and mashed potato).
an explosive firework
petardo
The dog was frightened by the bangers at the firework display.
(Definition of bang from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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