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Synonyms for bang

Synonyms for bang

an earsplitting, explosive noise

a sudden sharp, explosive noise

a forceful movement causing a loud noise

a strong, pleasant feeling of excitement or stimulation

to strike, set down, or close in such a way as to make a loud noise

to make an earsplitting explosive noise

to make a sudden sharp, explosive noise

Synonyms for bang

a vigorous blow

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a sudden very loud noise

a border of hair that is cut short and hangs across the forehead

the swift release of a store of affective force

a conspicuous success

strike violently

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to produce a sharp often metallic explosive or percussive sound

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close violently

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move noisily

directly

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The best 'bang for buck' in terms of automating the routing process is to combine the strengths of the designer with that of the computer and support the board designer with automation features that assist, rather that take over, the manual routing process.
The Daily Telegraph crunched the numbers of the team's current earnings to help Cricket Australia determine who gives the most "bang for buck".
The O2 venue is huge, like being in an enormous airport without the pay-off of the intercontinental flight at the end - although Prince came pretty close to providing the bang for buck we all wanted.
Now I know exactly what the bang for buck is - everywhere.
Note: Three expansion teams not ranked in "Bang for Buck" category or total ranking
"We have to change this product driven approach to one where we increase our understanding of what businesses as groups, sectors or individual businesses need and develop and apply products accordingly.'' He said business support products will be scrapped where there was no longer a market demand or where the "bang for buck is simply not enough.'' Addressing business and WDA partner organisation representatives at St Asaph, Mr Hawker said there was much still to be done to improve the economic environment, including the need to develop in the public sector a culture which was less "risk averse.'' Skills, IT and funding were also critical factors.