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Meaning of “bang” - Learner’s Dictionary

bang

verb [I, T]     /bæŋ/
NOISE
B2 to make a loud noise, especially by hitting something against something hard: We heard the door bang. Ben banged his fist on the desk.Sounds made by objects, movement or impact
HIT
to hit part of your body against something hard: Ted fell and banged his head. →  See also be banging your head against a brick wall Hitting against objects accidentally and colliding
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