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adverb, Informal.
with noisy violence:
He drove slam-bang through the garage door.
quickly and carelessly; slapdash.
noisy and violent.
excitingly fast-paced, especially in a noisy and violent way; action-filled; thrilling:
a slam-bang ending to the movie.
vigorous and fast but careless; slapdash.
outstanding or powerful; excellent:
a slam-bang keynote address.
verb (used without object)
to act or proceed in a chaotic or disorderly fashion:
The children slam-banged into the furniture.
another word (esp US) for slap-bang
(US, informal) carelessly; recklessly


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