- Slang, meaning to eject.
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bang out — verb play loudly They banged out The star spangled banner • Topics: ↑music • Hypernyms: ↑play, ↑spiel • Verb Frames: Somebody s something … Useful english dictionary
bang out — phrasal verb [transitive] Word forms bang out : present tense I/you/we/they bang out he/she/it bangs out present participle banging out past tense banged out past participle banged out informal 1) to play a tune on the piano very loudly and not… … English dictionary
bang out — verb To do something quickly, in a slipshod, or unprofessional manner. Ive got this paper due tomorrow, but I think I can bang it out in one night … Wiktionary
bang out — 1) PHRASAL VERB (disapproval) If a company bangs out a poor quality product, they produce large quantities of it in order to make money. [V P n (not pron)] ...factories that banged out the same product year after year. 2) PHRASAL VERB If someone… … English dictionary
Bang out — play (music) loudly … Dictionary of Australian slang
bang out — Australian Slang play (music) loudly … English dialects glossary
bang out of order — Phrs. Totally unacceptable … English slang and colloquialisms
get a bang out of — informal derive excitement or pleasure from some people get a bang out of reading that stuff * * * get a bang out of US informal : to enjoy (something) very much You ll get a bang out of [=you ll like] this story. She got a bang out of [=got a… … Useful english dictionary
get a bang out of N. Amer. — get a bang out of N. Amer. informal derive excitement or pleasure from. → bang … English new terms dictionary
get a bang out of someone or something — AND get a kick out of someone or something tv. to get a thrill from someone or something. □ I always get a bang out of her jokes. □ She gets a kick out of her grandchildren … Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions