Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Bang"

The meaning of "Bang" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does "Bang out" what is the meaning of banged out. mean?
A: to bang something out = to rapidly make a lot of something
Q: What does Bang on about something mean?
A: Talk a lot about something. UK slang.
Q: What does Bang the drum mean?
A: It means to say or write things that strongly support someone or something. Ex. They joined together to beat the drum for their candidate
Q: What does Bang out mean?
A: Possibly you misheard? Do you mean hang out instead, which means to spend some time together?
Q: What does Bang you head, wake the dead, maybe tomorrow this will be over (it's from a song) mean?
A: It's probably an expression? That's not really how you'd write that though. I believe it's referring perhaps that shooting someone won't kill the guilt you made??? 😂 They usually have the meanings behind songs on google.

Example sentences using "Bang"

Q: Please show me example sentences with Bang for you buck.
A: "Buying a used luxury car instead of a new one gives you more bang for your buck."
Shopping at the local Wholesale Club provides more bang for the buck."

Basically it means you get a better value for your money. You can get a very nice used car for less than a basic new car; wholesale quantity reduces your cost-per-unit.

Synonyms of "Bang" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Bang on time and Right on time ?
A: “Bang on time” is unnatural.
“Right on time” means that you have arrived at the time you are supposed to. Or you finished a task on time.

Example sentences:
“I got to work right on time”
“I finished my homework right on time”
“I arrived at my appointment right on time”

Translations of "Bang"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Bang
‘Bang’ in English is an onomatopoeia used for loud noises, it is also used colloquially to mean ‘to have intercourse with someone’
Is this what you mean?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Bang, bang, bang, like ya knockin' on the front door
A: "Knock, knock." We're quite literal.

Other questions about "Bang"

Q: How do you use "Bang on"? it seems to have lots of meanings, like being right but I know it has even more
A: Hi! Wow, honestly I’ve never heard this phrase and had to Google it first 😅and I’m an American native English speaker. I think you’re right that it means someone is correct, and I think “banging on” means someone is talking repeatedly or emphasizing what they’re saying. I hope this helps a little!
Q: Bang sound of closing the door upstairs really gets to me. Does this sound natural?
A: The bang sound of closing the door upstairs really gets to me.
The bang sound of the door closing upstairs really gets to me.
Q: What mean Bang Gang Time?
A: Do you mean gang bang? Never heard of bang gang.
Q: Bang for the duck ???
A: If you get more bang for your buck. You are getting more value per dollar spent.

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