Phrasal verbs with Bang


Bang about

Meaning: Move in a place making a lot of noise
Example: He’s banging about in the kitchen.

Bang around

Meaning: Move in a place making a lot of noise
Example: I can hear him banging around upstairs.

Bang on

Meaning: Talk at great length
Example: The train arrived bang on time.

Bang on about

Meaning: Keep talking about something
Example: He’s always banging on about football.

Bang out

Meaning: Play a musical instrument loudly
Example: The clock banged out ten.

Bang up

Meaning: Put someone in prison
Example: Our computers are bang up to date.



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