dang


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dang

 (dăng)
interj.
Used to express dissatisfaction or annoyance.
adv. & adj.
Damn.
tr.v. danged, dang·ing, dangs
To damn.
n.
The least valuable bit; a jot: I don't give a dang.

[Alteration of damn.]

dang

(dæŋ)
interj, adv, adj
a euphemistic word for damn1, damn2, damn3, damn4

dang

(dæŋ)

v.t., adj., n.
damn (used euphemistically).
[1780–90]
References in classic literature ?
'Matther mun, matter eneaf for one neight,' replied the guard; 'dang the wall-eyed bay, he's gane mad wi' glory I think, carse t'coorch is over.
"Oh, dang it now, DON'T take on so; we all has to have our troubles, and this 'n 'll come out all right.
But let me tell you-all that when the big strike sure does come, you-all'll do a little surface-scratchin' and muck-raking, but danged little you-all'll have to show for it.
Everything involving DNA would have to deal with this chromatin structure, Dang explained.
An American, one Indian national and three Nepali were arrested with documents relating to Christianity in Dang.
Dang also volunteers on medical mission trips to Haiti, Nicaragua, Guatemala and Vietnam to provide care to those in need.
- San Diego, California-based biotechnology company Polaris Group has appointed Chi Van Dang, M.D., Ph.D.
Dang explains what the scientists saw after mice had consumed baking soda, saying, "[T]he entire tumour lights up with mTOR activity.
Dang, who lives in the Prospect Heights area of New York, had an even easier time in a 21-2, 21-1 romp past Teodoro Garcia.
The grandmother thought she was calling her granddaughter, but misdialed, and Dang picked up the call at work.
Kashish Dang's creation Image Credit: Supplied Kashish Dang (left) receives the award Image Credit: Supplied
ACE Group named on Monday Dang Hoang Tung as its new country president for the general insurance operation in Vietnam, as of 29 June, reporting to regional president of its general insurance operations in Asia Pacific, Juan Luis Ortega.