Definition of bada bing in English:

bada bing

exclamation

North American
informal
  • Used to emphasize that something will happen effortlessly and predictably.

    ‘follow the appropriate twelve-step program and—bada bing—you're rolling in it’
    • ‘Well, fast-forward a few years, bada bing, cultural icon.’
    • ‘Slip on these exotic sandals and bada-bing you're looking fabulous.’
    • ‘Finally, the bride drinks a little holy water from one side of the vase, the groom drinks a little from the other side, and bada-bing, bada-boom, they’re hitched.’
    • ‘I hit my reset button and bada bing, I now have a dead PC.’
    • ‘Any doofus can go buy a keyboard, some software and bada boom, bada bing - you are a musician.’
    • ‘We found out each other had a bad day and bada boom bada bing, we were palling around like old buddies.’
    • ‘You say a couple things in class (they don't even have to make sense), the prof smiles at you and bada boom bada bing, you're passing the course.’

Origin

Probably imitating the sound of a drum roll; popularized by the US television series The Sopranos.

Pronunciation

bada bing

/ˌbɑːdə ˈbɪŋ/