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bang in Colours & sounds topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbangbang1 /bæŋ/ ●●○ S3 noun  1 [countable]CSOUND a sudden loud noise caused by something such as a gun or an object hitting a hard surface There was a loud bang outside the kitchen door.see thesaurus at sound2 [countable]HIT a painful blow to the body when you hit against something or something hits you syn bump a bang on the head3 bangs4 with a bang5 (get) a bigger/better etc bang for your buck6 get a bang out of something big bang theory
Examples from the Corpus
bang"I heard a bang and then I heard shots, " said Saxton, a tourist from Australia.Small children are often frightrened of fireworks that make a bang.The lid of the box fell shut with a bang.I heard a loud bang - it sounded like something had fallen down upstairs.There was a loud bang as the bomb exploded.The firework went off with a loud bang.The front door slammed with a loud bang.If you can afford it, leather has a lot of bang for a lot of bucks.He walked away from the accident with only a slight bang on the head.He lay on the horn again; there was another, more violent bang.