What does bang on mean?

What does bang on mean?

banged on; banging on; bangs on. Definition of bang on (Entry 2 of 2) 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.—

Why do people say bang on?

to talk about something for a long time, especially in a way that is boring to other people: My parents are always banging on about how much better life was 20 years ago.

What does bang on trend mean?

very fashionable
​very fashionable. That jacket is bang on-trend.

What does keep banging on mean?

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbang on phrasal verb British English informal to talk continuously about something in a boring way SYN go on about I wish he wouldn’t keep banging on about politics.

What is another word for Bang on?

What is another word for bang on?

exact precise
proper veracious
perfect good
so spot-on
on-target dead-on

What does it mean when you bang on someone?

also bang on. adjective [verb-link ADJECTIVE] If someone is bang-on with something, they are exactly right in their opinions or actions.

Is bang on the money?

It is the whole phrase ‘bang on the money’ which means exactly right, or a perfectly executed dish, here.

What does it mean when someone bangs on you?

verb, vulgar slang To have sex. I heard that Katie and Brad banged last night after leaving the bar together. He’s not a long-term relationship-type of guy. He clearly just wants to bang you. noun, vulgar slang An act of sex.

What is it called when something goes out of style?

out-of-style. outdated. outmoded. outworn. passé

What are trends for 2021?

These 11 Fashion Trends Will Rule Fall 2021

  • ’90s Revival.
  • Saturated Hues.
  • Loose-Fit Denim.
  • Sweater Vests.
  • Midriff-Baring Sets.
  • Printed Pants.
  • Puffy, Quilted and Textured Handbags.
  • Lavender.

What does it mean when someone says spot on?

completely accurate
English Language Learners Definition of spot-on : exactly correct : completely accurate.