What does it mean to bang slang?

What does it mean to bang slang?

Slang: Vulgar. to have sexual intercourse with. SEE MORE. to strike violently or noisily: to bang on the door. to make a loud, sudden, explosive noise like that of a violent blow: The guns banged all night.

What is a bang out slang?

Noun. bang out (plural bang outs) (slang) Someone who works or studies seemingly way too much.

What does bang up mean slang?

Meaning of bang-up in English very good or excellent: She did a bang-up job.

What is a bang drug slang?

Drug slang. verb A regional term meaning to inject a drug. Sexology.

What does bang a girl mean?

1. verb, vulgar slang To have sex. I heard that Katie and Brad banged last night after leaving the bar together.

What does bang out of order mean?

It’s a slang way of expressing your disapproval at something a person has said or done, which you think they were quite wrong to have said/done. So if you’d said something nasty which I thought you had no right to say or no justification for saying, I’d tell you: “You’re bang out of order there!”

Where did bang out come from?

The first two terms allude to the jolt of an electrical charge. The first dates from the 1920s; Damon Runyon had it in Guys and Dolls (1929): “He seems to be getting a great bang out of the doings.” The second dates from the mid-1900s.

What is bang up to date?

We use this expression to say something is completely modern or informed about everything.

What is doing a bang up job?

A task or activity that was successfully completed and particularly well executed. For such a young kid, Billy really did a bang-up job building the dog house for his new puppy. See also: job.

What does Bang mean in slang?

bang, n. a heavy blow: a sudden loud noise: an explosion.—v.t. to beat: to strike violently: to slam, as a door: to make a loud noise: to beat or surpass, to bounce upon.—interj. Bang, used with verbs like ‘go,’ &c., and in such a phrase as ‘bang off.’—p.adj. Bang′ing, dealing blows: overwhelming.—adj. Bang′-up (slang), in the height of style or fashion.—

What does Bang mean in English?

The predominant culture of the original Southern states was English. In the 17th century, most voluntary immigrants were of English origin, and settled chiefly along the eastern coast but had pushed as far inland as the Appalachian Mountains by the 18th century.

What does “Bang” mean?

Bang.” Or as Madden put it back in the day, “You got one guy going boom, one guy going whack and one guy not getting in the end zone.” Madden described his ‘All-Madden” team in one of his books: “What does it mean to be ‘All-Madden’?

What is a synonym for Bang?

“My favorite quote, and the only one I live by is: Bang Bang! It’s an acronym for Be Always Near God,” said Corey Jones. He answered Marvin Gaye’s call to bring some lovin’ to our Black neighborhoods.