Bang Into – English Phrasal Verb One Point Lesson

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Bang Into

What does bang into mean? Here is the meaning of bang into. Bang into means to collide or hit. When something or someone bangs into another thing, we can use, bang into.

  • I banged into a lamp post when pulled out of the parking space.
  • Somebody was texting while walking and banged into me on the street.

How about you? Have you banged into anything recently?
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