go bang

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go bang

To unexpectedly make a loud noise Don't worry, that noise was only a pot that fell and went bang in the kitchen.
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go ˈbang

(informal) burst or explode with a loud noise; make a sudden loud noise: A balloon suddenly went bang.
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But the stuff the pair of them are going to play out between January and Easter is like 13 years of Kat and Alfie just going bang.
Starring Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson, Bruce Willis, Channing Tatum and Ray Park, the film is big on things blowing up, huge guns going bang and people shouting, "Hell yeah
Starring Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson, Bruce Willis, Channing Tatum and Ray 'Darth Maul' Park, the film is big on things blowing up, huge guns going bang and people shouting, "Hell yeah
It helps break up the outline of the gun and keeps it from going bang when you don't want it to.
I can remember Adam Gilchrist coming in at 5-90 a few times and going bang, bang, bang and hitting hundreds and changing the game.
Crew manager Jimmy Johnstone from Huddersfield fire station said: "They had used some kind of accelerant and the fumes built up and up before finally going bang.
So while Mr Hockridge was going bang and looking in the opposite direction, the reserve dove was scuttering on to the stage behind him.
In this scenario, the star has only a slim chance of going bang.
Durham skipper Paul Collingwood admitted: "It was nerve-racking, but we always know here that you are only one wicket away from going bang, bang.
There is all sorts of small print but the consequences of an engine or gearbox going bang are pretty dire so it's well worth a look.
Detonation is a right now thing, but the instruments would show us the act of a gun going bang actually takes awhile.