go with a bang meaning

  "go with a bang" in a sentence
To go well, be a success


  1. or to speed along and go with a bang
  2. better to go with a bang, right
  3. Oh, and by the way, since you're going to die anyway, you might as well go with a bang, like shooting the local maffia guy if you have one.
  4. We could have just doused it with gasoline and set fire to it, but we wanted it to go with a bang " .-- Petri Krohn 00 : 07, 15 May 2007 ( UTC)

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