What Does Stang Mean?


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The word 'stang' is used as a past form of the word 'sting' which conveys the idea of touching your skin or making a small hole in it usually by an insect or a plant. The following sentence can help you in understanding the word as it is used in the context: Don't go to that jungle as there are various insects over there that can sting you.

The word can also be used as apart of some phrasal verbs and idioms and when you are using the phrase 'sting somebody for something' you are borrowing money from someone. 'A sting in the tail' is an idiom that conveys the idea of an unpleasant feature that appears at the end of a story and spoils it completely.

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