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go bang

To 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.
See also: bang, go
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Wilson said that when the group returned to the vehicle after leaving the Ship, Fitzsimons had "gone to it and said 'ha ha' and expected it to go click but it's gone bang".
Wilson said that, when the group returned to the vehicle after leaving the Ship, Fitzsimons had "gone to it and said 'ha ha' and expected it to go click but it's gone bang".
It had literally gone bang. Tiannah often sits watching the washing go around.
Real Estate Weekly, the industry's oldest continuously publishing commercial real estate newspaper, has gone bang up-to-date with a brand new website.
Now Pontypridd will be back playing out of Ynysangharad Park and Jones said: "I wasn't looking to sponsor the club, but without support they'd have gone bang. I could not stand by and allow that to happen.
Mr Clarke said: "If these had gone bang it would have put us at very serious risk of injury.
A MAN accused of the manslaughter of a teenager killed by a shotgun "expected it to go click but it's gone bang", his co-accused told a court yesterday.