with a bang

Idiom Definition

Idiom Definition - with a bang

"with a bang"

in a very exciting, spectacular or noticeable way


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Idiom Scenario 1

Idiom Definition - with a bang

Two colleagues are talking ...

Colleague 1:  We need to kick off the marketing campaign of our new product with a bang.

Colleague 2:  What have you got in mind?

Colleague 1:  I am not exactly sure but it needs to be something big, something exciting, something people will talk about.

Colleague 2:  Something like staging a mock disaster on a busy downtown intersection and then showing how our new app can save lives.

Colleague 1:  Yes, something like that.

Idiom Scenario 2

Idiom Definition - with a bang

Two friends are talking ...

Friend 1:  Amazing how toward the end of the party on Saturday night, Jake just stood up in front of everyone with his guitar and sang a love song to Gail.

Friend 2:  And even more amazing was how he just left the party as soon as he finished singing.

Friend 1:  Talk about going out with a bang.

Friend 2:  I am sure that we will all remember that for the rest of our lives.

Friend 1:  And I am sure that Gail was impressed as well.

with a bang - Usage:


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with a bang - Gerund Form:

There is no gerund form for with a bang.

with a bang - Examples:

1)  The launch has kicked off with a bang, aiming to generate national awareness of the new partnership.

2)  ... and he bounced back into Hong Kong racing with a bang, taking two of the first three races.

3)  We like to start the year with a bang and what better way to make a spring splash than with free seats for our ...

4)  ... though he did predict that the show will end "with a bang". Season 8 will mark the end of the hugely popular series.

5)  The 2017 Seafood Season kicks off with a bang next weekend with the return of the Dublin Bay Prawn Festival.

6)  ... with a strong economy, so no surprise they are back in fashion with a bang.

7)  ... will celebrate its first anniversary with a bang by holding a free concert at ...

8)  ... dropped the first order with a bang, catching politicians and members of his administration by surprise. 

9)  Our girl has certainly started 2017 off with a bang, having already featured on the cover of two magazines, rocked a red carpet ...

10)  ... the end of any realistic play-off hopes. # A season that started with a bang at Ewood Park in early August is now in danger of ending with a whimper.

11)  Real began the game with a bang, scoring through Isco after just eight minutes.

12)  ... returned from injury with a bang on Monday, scoring 27 points as the ...

13)  But did the dinosaurs really disappear with a bang? New evidence now suggests instead a very, very, long decline, perhaps ...

14)  ... commodity prices stay at these elevated levels and will the building bonanza end with a bang or a whimper?

15)  ... just ended the award season with a bang as the best supporting actress in the movie ...

16)  She's graduating this year and wants to finish it off with a bang.

17)  ... has been a bit behind but it has come up with a bang. Adopting the latest technology it finally launches an app for online reservation of seats.

18)  ... opened up play with a bang, scoring four runs in the bottom of the first inning.

19)  They've started the new campaign with a bang and are the talk of the town once again. 

20)  The story of Nato's demise demonstrates that sometimes alliances end not with a bang but with a whimper.