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English definition of “prang”

prang

verb [T] uk   /præŋ/ UK informal us  
to damage a vehicle slightly in a road accident: She pranged her mother's car a week after she passed her driving test.

prang

noun [C] uk   /præŋ/ UK (US fender bender) informal us  
a road accident in which the vehicles involved are only slightly damaged
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