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What does "ding-dang" mean?


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"Ding-dang" has the same meaning as the exclamation "damn", but is said instead of "damn" when someone does not want to swear because "damn" is considered a swear word. "Ding-dang" "dang" and "damn" are used to show anger or frustration. All of these terms should not be used in formal situations.

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