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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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They don't even go bang, which is about all you really want from a cracker.
He's trying to persuade everyone to buy Christmas Crackers that don't go bang.
30pm COMEDY Granville is trying to persuade everyone to buy Christmas crackers that don't go bang.
If we go bang bang tomorrow morning, then we can restrict them under 300 which is going to be good for us.
You'll also see square bubbles, glowing bubbles, bubbles that burst into flames and bubbles that go bang.
If you can make something go bang, or change colour, they go crazy.
It doesn't mean the Ministry of Defence can ignore the health and safety of soldiers - but there does need to be recognition that guns do go bang.
You know that a Mauser will feed, go bang, and extract every time, which makes it the standard for dangerous game.
Leonardo is demonstrating his latest weapon - a musket with 27 chambers which will all go bang at once.
The revolutionary Inertia-Driven operating system is plenty reliable, ensuring the Vinci will go bang every time you line up an incoming flock.
They weren't very happy with me when I told them I'd been holding it next to my ear and listening to see if it would go bang.
I usually say because when I pull the trigger they always go bang .
It is up to us-we can either do what we did last year, albeit maybe not slugging it out as much, or go bang, bang - six points can change your life.
I like to play against fast throwers like Andy, which allows me to get into my rhythm and go bang, bang, bang.
They all go bang and few shooters really worry about accuracy in the second decimal place.