Bang one’s head against

see: beat one’s head against


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    bang out verb phrase To make or compose something, esp to write something, in a hurry; cobble up (1940s+) Historical Examples George twisted his legs into a yet firmer knot: “But two failures would wipe it bang out.” Once Aboard The Lugger Arthur Stuart-Menteth Hutchinson It was the junior officers’ mess, and when the coffee […]

  • Bang path

    bang path 1. An old-style UUCP electronic-mail address naming a sequence of hosts through which a message must pass to get from some assumed-reachable location to the addressee (a “source route”). So called because each hop is signified by a bang sign (exclamation mark). Thus, for example, the path …!bigsite!foovax!barbox!me directs people to route their […]

  • Bang people’s heads together

    bang people’s heads together verb phrase Used to denote forcing a group of people to cooperate (1957+)

  • Bangtail

    a racehorse. noun a horse’s tail cut straight across but not through the bone a horse with a tail cut in this way (marketing) a type of envelope used in direct marketing in which a perforated tail can be used as an order form or response note noun A racehorse [1920+; fr the manner of […]

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