Sinónimos de inglés
(sustantivo) 
Definition
a short loud explosive noise, such as the report of a gun
I heard four or five loud bangs.
Sinónimos
explosion
Three people were badly injured in a bomb explosion in London today.
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report
There was a loud report as the fuel tanks exploded.
,
shot
Guards at the training base heard the shots.
,
pop
Each corn kernel will make a loud pop when cooked.
, ,
crack
Suddenly there was a loud crack and glass flew into the air.
,
blast
a shotgun blast
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burst
a burst of fireworks
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boom
The stillness of the night was broken by the boom of a cannon.
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discharge
Where firearms are kept at home, the risk of accidental discharge is high.
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thump
There was a loud thump as the horse crashed into the van.
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peal
great peals of thunder
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detonation
a heavy detonation echoed round the housing estate
(sustantivo) 
Definition
a hard blow or loud knock
a nasty bang on the head
Sinónimos
blow
He went off to hospital after a blow to the face.
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hit
a hit on the head
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box
She gave him a playful box on the ears.
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knock
He had taken a knock on the head in training.
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stroke
He was sending the ball into the net with each stroke.
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punch
He's asking for a punch on the nose.
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belt (informal)
He gave me a belt over the head with a scrubbing brush.
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rap
There was a light rap on the door.
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bump
I felt a little bump and knew instinctively what had happened.
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bash (informal)
She gave him a bash on the head.
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sock (slang)
,
smack
I end up shouting at him or giving him a smack.
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thump
He felt a thump on his shoulder.
, ,
clout (informal)
I was half tempted to give them a clout myself.
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cuff
He gave Billy a cuff.
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clump (slang)
,
whack
He gave the donkey a whack across the back with a stick.
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wallop (informal)
With a single wallop, Clarke sent him flying.
,
slosh (British, slang)
,
tonk (informal)
,
clomp (slang)
(verbo) 
Definition
to make or cause to make a loud noise, as of an explosion
The engine spat and banged.
Sinónimos
,
beat
I felt my heart beat faster.
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boom
Thunder boomed like battlefield cannons over Crooked Mountain.
,
echo
The distant crash of bombs echoes through the whole city.
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drum
Rain drummed on the roof of the car.
, ,
thunder
the sound of fireworks thundering up above
,
thump
My heart was thumping wildly.
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throb
His head throbbed.
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thud
She ran upstairs, her bare feet thudding on the wood.
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clang
A little later the church bell clanged.
(verbo) 
Definition
to close (a door) noisily
the sound of doors banging
Sinónimos
slam
She slammed the door and locked it behind her.
, ,
thump
She thumped her hand on the witness box.
(verbo) 
I didn't mean to bang into you.
Sinónimos
bump
He bumped his head on the low beam.
, ,
elbow
They elbowed me out of the way.
,
jostle
We spent an hour jostling with the crowds as we did our shopping.
(verbo) 
Definition
to hit or knock, esp. with a loud noise
We could bang on the desks and shout until they let us out.
Sinónimos
hit
She hit him hard across his left arm.
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pound
He pounded the table with his fist.
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beat
He lost the boxing match and was badly beaten by his opponent.
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strike
She took two steps forward and struck him across the mouth.
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knock
Knock at my window at eight o'clock and I'll be ready.
,
belt (informal)
Is it true that she belted old George in the stomach?
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hammer
Hammer a wooden peg into the hole.
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rap
A guard raps his stick on a metal hand rail.
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bash (informal)
My mother bashed her shin with a suitcase.
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thump
He thumped me, nearly knocking me over.
,
clatter
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pummel
He trapped Conn in a corner and pummelled him ferociously.
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tonk (informal)
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beat or knock seven bells out of (informal)
(adverbio) 
Definition
precisely
bang in the middle of the track
Sinónimos
exactly
He arrived at exactly five o'clock.
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just
Kiwi fruit are just the thing for a healthy snack.
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straight
Straight ahead were the low cabins of the motel.
, ,
squarely
I aimed the camera squarely at his face.
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precisely
The meeting began at precisely 4.00 p.m.
, ,
smack (informal)
smack in the middle of the city
,
plumb (informal)
The hotel is set plumb in the middle of the High Street.
(adverbio) 
It's as bang up-to-date as you can get.
Sinónimos
completely
Dozens of flats have been completely destroyed.
I have fallen completely in love with him.
,
quite
It is quite clear that we were firing in self defence.
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totally
Young people want something totally different from the old ways.
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fully
She was fully aware of my thoughts.
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entirely
The two cases are entirely different.
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absolutely
She is absolutely right.
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altogether
She wasn't altogether sorry to be leaving.
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thoroughly
We returned home thoroughly contented.
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wholly
The accusation is wholly without foundation.
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utterly
The new laws coming in are utterly ridiculous.
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every inch
,
a hundred per cent
,
one hundred per cent
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down to the ground
(adverbio) 
Definition
with a sudden impact
Just put your foot down and bang, you're off.
Sinónimos
suddenly
Suddenly, she looked ten years older.
, , ,
abruptly
He stopped abruptly and looked my way.
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all of a sudden
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all at once
All at once there was a knock at the door.
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without warning
,
in a flash
,
in an instant
,
on the spur of the moment

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Otros sinónimos

in the sense of abruptly
He stopped abruptly and looked my way.
Sinónimos
all of a sudden,
precipitately,
in the sense of absolutely
Definition
completely or perfectly
She is absolutely right.
Sinónimos
consummately,
every inch,
a hundred per cent,
one hundred per cent,
unmitigatedly,
lock, stock and barrel
in the sense of all at once
Definition
suddenly
All at once there was a knock at the door.
Sinónimos
all of a sudden,
out of the blue (informal),
without warning

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