“Bang on”: phrasal verb meaning.
- Bang on
- To talk about something repeatedly for a long time, say and repeat the same things too many times because you are excited about it or proud and you want to share the information with others.
Other examples of “Bang on” phrasal verb in a sentence
- I could bang on about films forever. I love films.
- He’s banging on about his new car all week.
- Stop banging on about the same thing.
“Bang on”: use in context explanation
It’s a big day for the man today. His favourite football team are playing and he can’t miss it. He is very excited about it and is banging on about it all morning. His wife is bored of hearing him banging on about the game and would like this day to be over.