gangbanger


gangbanger
\\ˈgaŋˌbaŋər\ noun (-s)
Etymology: gang (I) + bang (I) + -er (II)
: a member of a street gang

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/gang"bang'euhr/, n.
a member of a violent street gang.

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • gangbanger — ☆ gangbanger [gaŋ′baŋ΄ər ] n. Slang a member of a youth gang …   English World dictionary

  • gangbanger — n. a member of a street gang. □ The gangbangers threatened the old lady too often, and finally she pulled out a can of mace and gave them a little lesson in good manners. □ Unless you want to grow up to be a gangbanger, you’d better go to school… …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • gangbanger — noun Date: 1969 a member of a street gang …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • gangbanger — /gang bang euhr/, n. a member of a violent street gang. * * * …   Universalium

  • gangbanger — noun a) <!US only?a member of a violent gang b) <!US only?a violent person See Also: bang, banger …   Wiktionary

  • gangbanger — gang|bang|er [ gæŋ,bæŋər ] noun count 1. ) someone who takes part in a gang bang 2. ) AMERICAN someone who is a member of a GANG …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • gangbanger — n American a loyal and committed member of a street gang. This 1980s term is used by and about the members of street gangs in Los Angeles. The bang in question is a gunshot; shooting a victim is often part of the initiation process …   Contemporary slang

  • gangbanger — n. (Slang) committed and faithful member of a street gang …   English contemporary dictionary

  • gangbanger — gang·bang·er …   English syllables

  • gangbanger — n. member of a street gang …   English slang


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