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gangbanger

1. vulgar slang One of several people who engage in sexual intercourse with one person, either at once or in succession.
2. offensive slang Someone who rapes a person with several other perpetrators; someone who perpetrates a gang rape. This usage is considered offensive due to likening an instance of rape with a consensual act.
3. slang Someone who participates in the activities of a gang, typically violent crime; a gang member. The shooting is thought to have been perpetrated by rival gangbangers.
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gangbanger

n. a member of a street gang. The gangbangers threatened the old lady too often, and finally she pulled out a can of mace and gave them a little lesson in good manners.
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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'I f this had been some ordinary drive-by shooting by some inexperienced gang-bangers we would've solved it a long time ago.
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I PROPOSE THE FOLLOWING ANTI-CRIME program for America: federal funds for midnight basketball in Washington, D.C., eligibility limited to the White House gang-bangers who concocted the Clinton Health Care fiasco.
The scourge has spread far beyond drug dealers and junkies and gang-bangers. We're living in a culture where grandmas and little kids are beginning to tote guns to protect themselves.
But all this red-button talk about gang-bangers in the suburbs--doesn't it all seem a little over the top?
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And a new thing never before seen in the Republic, a million-man army marching on the government to say, among other things, that they weren't going to take it anymore, not from racists, not from gang-bangers, not even from themselves.
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On the subway, two punch-drunk gang-bangers interrupt their sweet courtship.
Hollywood was also skewed in other directions, for there was still a tendency, even among Black filmmakers, to focus almost entirely on Black singers, dancers and gang-bangers, to the exclusion of strong and loving Black fathers and mothers and competent Black professionals and leaders.