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bang on

adjective

Definition of bang on

chiefly British
: exactly correct or appropriate

Examples of bang on in a Sentence

  1. a London theatre critic who can generally be relied upon for his bang on assessments of new plays in the West End

First Known Use of bang on

1943


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bang on

verb

Definition of bang on

intransitive verb
British, informal
: to talk repeatedly or continuously about something usually used with about
  • I love fatherhood—I could bang on about kids forever.
  • —Guy Ritchie

First Known Use of bang on

1979


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