with a bang

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with a bang

  1. (informal, figuratively) Flamboyantly; in a noticeable and exciting manner.
    go off with a bang
  2. (informal, figuratively) Suddenly serious or down-to-earth.
    Synonyms: with a bump, with a jolt

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