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 ?
Oh, dang it now, DON'T take on so; we all has to have our troubles, and this 'n 'll come out all right.
shing rta'i srol 'byed bzhi dang mdo yi grangs|| rgyan gyis rtsa ba'i mdo mams gang yin dang|| rgya 'grel mams kyi dag dang ma dag rnams|| legs par dpyad pa' tshul 'di thos sam bkod||
This is a well-deserved affirmation of Dang, who never allows the constant rhapsodizing about physical beauty and the endless talk of love to overshadow the other, darker passions lurking beneath the surface.
Dang district officer Mathur Prasad Yadav said: "Soldiers are digging ditches for more bodies.
The rod, known as dang in Nuer language, belonged to Ngundeng Bong who was believed to be a prophet by many in the region.
Dang and set designer Victoria Petrovich create a nice visual palette as well.
When Dang failed to surface, those on the boat summoned help.
Dang had lost his Honda Dream motorcycle on the Sunday match between Germany and Yugoslavia, which ended in a 2-2 tie.
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But Dang, East West's upbeat artistic director, is already pumped up about his company's high-profile address, smack in the middle of Little Tokyo and flanked by the Museum of Contemporary Art's Geffen Contemporary and the Japanese American National Museum.
Retailers wanted what they could rely on - Batman, Hercules, Jurassic Park,'' said Peter Dang, executive vice president of Sony Signatures.