bada-bing

bada-bing

(ˌbædəˈbɪŋ) or

bada-bing bada-boom

sentence substitute
slang US an expression used to suggest that something can be done with no difficulty or delay
[C20: perhaps imitative of the sound of something clicking into place]
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