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Definition of "thang" []

  • A thing: usually used to denote a known fad or popular activity (noun)

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Use "thang" in a sentence
  • "While most people accept that language will change with use and time, Sarah Churchwell appears to justify the increasing Americanisation of British English A neologism thang, innit, 10 May."
  • "And although Sarah Churchwell's assertion (A neologism thang, innit, 10 May) that the -ize spelling is "much-maligned (in Britain)" may be true in some quarters, it isn't here at Oxford, where -ize remains, as it always has been, the preferred form."
  • "It used to be pretty, but now its just pretty fat and pretty invisible. i can relate my friend, i can relate! this marriage with children thang is all so very much a love hate relationship - a mixed curse, uh blessing, indeed!"