banana

All Noun
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  • They had also picked up bananas from the land high above mean sea level.
  • The very first man to die in this battle was standing behind a banana tree.
  • I don't think he was wild about being second banana.
  • The bananas were then laid on top of the ice to continue their journey.
  • The banana company and the government completely cover up the event.
  • The teacher then hits upon the fact he has yet to teach them about bananas.
  • For instance, they can eat both bananas, eat one and pass one, or pass both.
  • When being raised, people usually feed them with bananas using a stick.
  • Its economic importance is expected to continue to increase as the market for bananas becomes more competitive.
  • He then begins to weep due to the people in the song having no bananas.
  • It is unknown how much time each banana is worth.
  • While moving across the floor, the player can collect bananas by rolling the ball into them.
  • More recently, it is a major production area for bananas.
  • It developed a strong presence in the trade union movement, for example amongst banana plantations.
  • The term "banana" is also used as the common name for the plants which produce the fruit.
  • In the early series the team got yellow bananas.
  • The Killer Bananas didn't see the light of day till five years later.
  • Karungal is well known for its agricultural market where you can buy a variety of bananas.
  • By working closely with the government and terrorizing their workers, the term banana republic has come into popular use.
  • It is a fictional account of the results of foreign control over the Central American banana industry.
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Synonyms of banana

Meaning of banana

  • noun Any of several tropical and subtropical treelike herbs of the genus musa having a terminal crown of large entire leaves and usually bearing hanging clusters of elongated fruits
  • noun Elongated crescent-shaped yellow fruit with soft sweet flesh