bang (or knock) people's heads together


bang (or knock) people's heads together
bang (or knock) people's heads together
reprimand people in an attempt to stop them arguing.
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  • bang people's heads together — I bang (or knock or crack) people s heads together reprimand people severely, esp. in the attempt to make them stop arguing II bang (or knock) people s heads together reprimand people severely, esp. in an attempt to stop their arguing …   Useful english dictionary

  • knock (someone's) heads together — bang/knock/hit/(someone’s) heads together informal phrase to speak angrily to people so that they will stop arguing Thesaurus: to say something, or to speak to someone in an angry waysynonym Main entry …   Useful english dictionary

  • knock your heads together — bang/knock your/their ˈheads together idiom (informal) to force people to stop arguing and behave in a sensible way Main entry: ↑headidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • knock their heads together — bang/knock your/their ˈheads together idiom (informal) to force people to stop arguing and behave in a sensible way Main entry: ↑headidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • bang your heads together — bang/knock your/their ˈheads together idiom (informal) to force people to stop arguing and behave in a sensible way Main entry: ↑headidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • bang their heads together — bang/knock your/their ˈheads together idiom (informal) to force people to stop arguing and behave in a sensible way Main entry: ↑headidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • bang (someone's) heads together — bang/knock/hit/(someone’s) heads together informal phrase to speak angrily to people so that they will stop arguing Thesaurus: to say something, or to speak to someone in an angry waysynonym Main entry …   Useful english dictionary

  • hit (someone's) heads together — bang/knock/hit/(someone’s) heads together informal phrase to speak angrily to people so that they will stop arguing Thesaurus: to say something, or to speak to someone in an angry waysynonym Main entry …   Useful english dictionary

  • bang — [[t]bæ̱ŋ[/t]] bangs, banging, banged 1) N COUNT; SOUND A bang is a sudden loud noise such as the noise of an explosion. I heard four or five loud bangs... She slammed the door with a bang... The television went bang. 2) VERB If something bangs,… …   English dictionary