Word: bang

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Synonyms: bang

precisely, exactly, right, directly, immediately, squarely, dead, promptly, prompt, dead on, sharp, on the dot, smack, slap, smack dab, plumb, on the button, on the nose, slapdash

Translations: bang

spanish
golpear


german
knall, stoß, schlag, krach, krachen, ...

french
coup, fracas, heurter, choc, péter, ...

italian
picchio, colpo, battuta, botta, percossa, ...

portuguese
estrondo

dutch
mep, duw, tik, stoot, klop, ...

russian
стучаться, стукнуть, захлопывать, хлопнуть, гашиш, ...

norwegian
slag

swedish
stöt

finnish
kolahdus, elämys, paiskoa, kolkutus, isku, ...

danish
brag

czech
udeřit, bacit, narazit, bouchnutí, rána, ...

polish
trzask, huk, uderzać, trzasnąć, grzywka, ...

hungarian
bumm, Bang, a Bang, durranás, durranással

turkish
darbe

greek
γδούπος, βρόντος, κρότος, βροντώ

ukrainian
тузити, стукнути, ударити, раптом, гашиш, ...

albanian
përplas

bulgarian
трясък, гърмеж, Bang, взрив, гръм и трясък

belarusian
выбух

estonian
hüüumärk, lajatama, löök

croatian
prasak, lupiti, udarac, eksplozija

icelandic
Bang, í Bang, Bang og

lithuanian
trenksmas

latvian
belziens, trieciens, sitiens

macedonian
тресне, тресок, бенг, Bang, страшен тресок

romanian
lovitură, bufni

slovenian
treska, tacit

slovak
tresk, Bang, třesk, tresku

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The meaning and "use of": bang

adverb
  • exactly.

noun
  • a sudden loud noise.
  • a fringe of hair cut straight across the forehead.

verb
  • strike or put down (something) forcefully and noisily, typically in anger or in order to attract attention.

exclamation
  • used to express or imitate the sound of a sudden loud noise.
  • used to convey the suddenness of an action or process.

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