Definition of 'banger'
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The old banger is facing an uphill struggle. Times, Sunday Times (2016) British banger and turning it into something special. The Sun (2006)Top of the list is bangers and mash. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The bangers and mash would probably win. The Sun (2012)Lunch was bangers and mash in a boozer. The Sun (2007)But they quickly succumb to the pleasures of curry and bangers and mash. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Zoo chiefs threw in the rusty old banger to highlight the menace of pollution to animals in the wild. The Sun (2009)The dog track there plays host to banger racing meets on Sundays. The Sun (2013)The idea is for a dish that looks like bangers and mash, but is a dessert. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The French scheme resulted in drivers claiming the grant by trading in old bangers that had not been driven for years. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Proper obsolete old banger now. The Sun (2014)And here's an old banger. The Sun (2009)Talk about bangers and mash! The Sun (2015)THE number of old bangers dumped on our streets will soar, a report warns today. The Sun (2008)This is very flattering for any red-blooded British banger. The Sun (2016)But afterwards, bangers, mash and peas is one of my favourite meals. Times, Sunday Times (2006)When they're cooked in a syrupy lemon gravy, the combo ticks all the boxes for an interesting change from bangers and mash. Times, Sunday Times (2013)THERE is good news for the Great British banger. The Sun (2012)With my wages I'd be lucky to get an old banger. The Sun (2013)DRIVERS who trade in bangers for new cars will get up to 5,000 - if they buy electric. The Sun (2009)
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