bang the drum


bang the drum
pound on the drum (percussion instrument)

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.

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  • bang the drum — To indulge in publicity ● drum * * * bang/beat/the drum phrase to publicly show your support for something or someone Thesaurus: to support an idea, plan or personsynonym Main entr …   Useful english dictionary

  • Bang the Drum — Single infobox Name = Bang The Drum Ep Artist = INXS from album = Released = 17 August 2004 Format = Digital Download Recorded = 1996, 1997 Genre = Rock Length = 13 min 58 s Label = Island Def Jam Producer = Various Chart positiopn = Reviews =… …   Wikipedia

  • bang the drum — to speak eagerly about something that you support. Once again she was banging the drum for pre school nurseries. (often + for) The opposition parties are always beating the environmental drum …   New idioms dictionary

  • Bang the Drum Slowly — The article is about the 1956 novel. For the 1973 film adaptation, see Bang the Drum Slowly (film)infobox Book | name = Bang the Drum Slowly title orig = translator = image caption = author = Mark Harris cover artist = country = United States… …   Wikipedia

  • Bang the Drum All Day — Infobox Song Name = Bang the Drum All Day Artist = Todd Rundgren Album = The Ever Popular Tortured Artist Effect Published = Released = 1983 track no = 7 Recorded = Genre = Pop rock Length = 3:32 Composer = Todd Rundgren Label = Rhino Producer =… …   Wikipedia

  • Bang the Drum Slowly (film) — Infobox Film name = Bang the Drum Slowly image size = caption = Theatrical release poster director = John D. Hancock producer = Maurice and Lois Rosenfield writer = Mark Harris narrator = starring = Michael Moriarty Robert De Niro music = Stephen …   Wikipedia

  • bang the drum (for somebody) — beat/bang the ˈdrum (for sb/sth) idiom (especially BrE) to speak with enthusiasm in support of sb/sth • She s really banging the drum for the new system. Main entry: ↑drumidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • bang the drum (for something) — beat/bang the ˈdrum (for sb/sth) idiom (especially BrE) to speak with enthusiasm in support of sb/sth • She s really banging the drum for the new system. Main entry: ↑drumidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • beat/bang the drum for — to say or write things that strongly support (someone or something) They joined together to beat the drum for their candidate. banging the drum for human rights • • • Main Entry: ↑drum …   Useful english dictionary

  • beat (or bang) the drum of (or for) — be ostentatiously in support of. → drum …   English new terms dictionary