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1. banging banging

Stop banging on the door!
Given her complete lack of gratitude after all that I had done for her, I told myself that I would have done better by banging my head against the wall.

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2. bang

The theory of the Big Bang was proposed in 1927 and expanded in 1929.
Explosives went off with a bang.
I heard a bang. It sounded like a gun.
I fell off my bike and banged my head.
Just then the door opened a little way, and a creature with a long beak put its head out for a moment and said: "No admittance till the week after next!" and shut the door again with a bang.
They used math to calculate the shape of the universe immediately before and after the Big Bang.
The study found out that loud music, shouting and banging attracted far more complaints than noisy parties.
bang your head against the wall
He could hear someone banging at the door.
Did you hear this loud bang?
The toilet door wouldn’t open, so Vincent banged on the door and shouted for help.
His heart was banging uncontrollably.
He continued talking while banging on the table.
to bang
I got a bang out of her party.

3. slog

... it is a long slog.

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4. hammer

To a man with a hammer, everything looks like a nail.
I need a hammer.
A hammer was used to break the window.
Do you have hammer?
I have a hammer, and I'm not afraid to use it!
Could you get a hammer for me from the kitchen please?
They will hammer their swords into ploughshares and their spears into sickles. Nation will not lift sword against nation, no longer will they learn how to make war.
I intend to hammer this idea into the student's heads.
I see, said the blind man, as he picked up his hammer and saw.
to hammer in a nail
In my garage there are a lot of hammers, drills and nails.
I love to press a hammer all the way.
He picked up the hammer from his toolbox. Her art collection went under the hammer after she died.
She used a hammer and nails to put up the picture in the living room.
An unbreakable walnut in Bern has taken several casualties: 17 nutcrackers, 29 teeth, and a hammer.

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5. beat

Beat it.
In the automotive industry of the 1970's, Japan beat the U.S. at its own game.
The noonday sun beat down with dazzling brightness on the tennis court.
Parents who beat their children really make my blood boil.
And they shall beat their swords into plowshares, and their spears into pruninghooks: nation shall not lift up sword against nation, neither shall they learn war any more.
I went down to the sports office to sign up for the last position on the basketball team, but somebody else beat me to it.
When Charlotte saw the other girl running past her, she knew she couldn’t beat her in the race.
This is a dangerous beat. We shouldn't be here. We got lost in this beat, can you tell us how to get back to the centre?
How many times was you beaten sb?
So pack up your men in white and beat it
Which country’ football team beat Holland?
I’m going to bed now – I’m beat.
Domestic violence is a serious problem. Lots of parents regularly beat their children.
There are different methods of beating eggs.
Add the sugar and vanilla to the cream and beat vigorously until the cream thickens.

6. pound

How many pennies does it take to make one pound?
As a rule of thumb, you should plan on one pound of beef for every two guests.
One pound troy weighs 12 oz.
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The net-cafes here cater to students; fees start at around a pound an hour.
I'll pound you at thumb wars anytime.
Britain's currency crisis has turned into a political one over government failure to stop the pound from going into free-fall.
George was describing a 30 pound bass he'd caught recently after fighting it for three hours.
Penny wise, pound foolish.
Jeff had to pound the pavement for three months before he found a job.
A: Excuse me how much is that book? B: It's thirteen pounds. A: That's a bit expensive. B: But that book is cheaper. It costs only nine pounds thirty-nine pence A: Pack it for me, please.
For every pound you spend you get a point.
He pounded along the wet sand on the edge of the ocean.
Bob always pounds his fist on the table when he is angry
1. Someone's pounding on the door. 2. My heart pounds every time I see her.

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