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go with a bang

UK (US go off with a bang) informal
If a party or event goes with a bang, it is very exciting and successful.
Translations of “go with a bang”
in Chinese (Traditional) 非常順利,極為成功…
in Chinese (Simplified) 非常顺利,极为成功…
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