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bang

1. verb, vulgar slang To have sex. I heard that Katie and Brad banged last night after leaving the bar together. He's not a long-term relationship-type of guy. He clearly just wants to bang you.
2. verb, slang To take an illegal drug via injection. I knew he was struggling with his addiction again when I overheard him saying that he needed to bang.
3. noun An injection of illegal drugs. I knew he was struggling with his addiction again when I overheard him talking about getting a bang.
4. noun, vulgar slang An act of sex. Yeah, Brad was a great bang—I'd go home with him again.
5. noun The strength or potency of something, usually an alcoholic drink. Whoa, this drink has quite a bang—I'll be drunk in no time at all!
6. noun The rush or surge that one experiences after taking a drug. I'm not using that stuff again! Too much of a bang for me.
7. noun Joy or excitement. I always get a bang when I come home from work and there's a package waiting for me.
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bang

1. n. a bit of excitement; a thrill; some amusement. We got a bang out of your letter.
2. n. the degree of potency of the alcohol in liquor. This stuff has quite a bang!
3. n. an injection of a drug; any dose of a drug. (Drugs.) If Albert doesn’t have a bang by noon, he gets desperate.
4. tv. & in. to inject a drug. (Drugs.) They were in the back room banging away.
5. n. a drug rush. (Drugs.) One snort and the bang will knock you over.
6. tv. to copulate [with] someone. (Usually objectionable.) Did you bang her? Huh? Tell me!
7. n. an act of copulation. (Usually objectionable.) One bang was never enough for Wallace T. Jones. He was never satisfied.

banging

1. mod. good; exciting. We had a banging good time at the concert.
2. mod. good looking; attractive. Who was that banging chick I saw you with last night?
3. mod. [of music] loud. That band is really banging. I think I am deaf!
See also: bang
McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions Copyright © 2006 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
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