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bang into

To hit or smack against something, usually accidentally. A noun can also be used between "bang" and "into." My car is dented because a shopping cart banged into it last week. Billy has a bruise on head from banging into the low ceiling in our basement.
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bang something into someone or something

to strike someone or something with something. Mark banged his fist into the cushion and swore. He banged the pole into Liz by accident.
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bang into someone or something

to knock or bump into someone or something. Why did you bang into me with your car? I banged into the door by accident.
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bang into

1. Crash noisily into, collide with, as in A clumsy fellow, Bill was always banging into furniture. [Early 1700s]
2. Strike heavily so as to drive in; also, persuade. For example, I've been banging nails into the siding all day, or I can't seem to bang it into his head that time is precious. The literal usage dates from the mid-1500s, the figurative from the second half of the 1800s. Also see bump into.
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bang into

v.
1. To bump loudly or squarely into someone or something, usually by accident: When the lights went out, I banged into the wall when I was looking for the door.
2. To hit or strike someone or something loudly or squarely with something: I banged my foot into the wall.
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