bananas

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Englisch - Türkisch
Kafayı üşütmüş, kafadan çatlak, aptal
banana
{i} muz

Hangisini daha çok seversin, elmaları mı yoksa muzları mı? - Which do you like better, apples or bananas?

Hangisini tercih edersin, elma mı yoksa muz mu? - Which do you prefer, apples or bananas?

banana
(isim) muz
banana
Musa paradisiaca sapientum
a kilo of bananas
bir kilo muz
banana
muzlu
banana
muzu
drive someone bananas
(deyim) Birini çıldırtmak, deli etmek
going bananas
muz gidiyor
drive s.o. bananas
{k} birini çıldırtmak
go bananas
kafayı üşütmek
go bananas
(Fiili Deyim ) çıldırmak , kafayı oynatmak
go bananas
keçileri kaçırmak
go bananas
çıldırmak
i'd like a pound of bananas
yarım kilo muz rica ediyorum
Englisch - Englisch
crazy, mad, nuts
plural form of banana
{s} crazy, insane; wild about, excited about
Very silly

You're going out in this weather? You must be bananas!.

plural of banana
bananas Foster
A dessert made of sliced bananas which are sautéed in rum, brown sugar, and banana liqueur. Served with ice cream and often flambéed at the table. It originated at Brennan's Restaurant in New Orleans
BANANA
Build Absolutely Nothing Anywhere Near Anyone (or) Anything. Someone who objects to the building of any structure in their neighborhood, especially in public policy debate. Used as an expression of irritation towards people who are thought of as being worse than NIMBYs
banana
Of the colour of bananas
banana
An elongated curved fruit, which grows in bunches, and has a sweet creamy flesh and a smooth yellow skin
banana
A yellow colour, like that of a banana's skin

banana colour:.

banana
Flavoured with bananas
banana
A person of Asian descent, especially a Chinese American, who has assimilated into Western culture or married a Caucasian (from the “yellow” outside and “white” inside). Compare coconut (“assimilated Hispanic or Black”)
go bananas
To go mad

I just told her that she couldn't have any pudding until she'd finished her main course, and she went bananas!.

second bananas
plural form of second banana
top bananas
plural form of top banana
banana
{n} a species of plaintain
drive someone bananas
(deyim) Excite someone to the point that he or she goes out of his or her mind; to drive someone crazy

You're driving me bananas with that kind of talk!.

go bananas
(informal) become (or be) mad, angry, or excited
go bananas
To be irrational and wild; to lose control. - "I knew Joe would go bananas when he found out he's not getting a raise this year."
BANANA
Stands for Build Absolutely Nothing Anywhere Near Anyone or similarly Build Absolutely Nothing Anywhere Near Anything . Someone who objects to the building of any structure in their neighborhood, especially in public policy debate. Used as an expression of irritance and one used for people who are thought of as being worse than NIMBYs
BANANA
individual opposing the development of new buildings or edifices or projects close to his neighbourhood
banana
The tropical treelike plant which bears clusters of bananas. The plant, of the genus Musa, has large, elongated leaves and is related to the plantain
banana
{i} tropical plant; crescent-shaped yellow fruit which grows on this plant
banana
Kluai
banana
A 'luge rider who wipes out often
banana
n pisang
banana
If someone is behaving in a silly or crazy way, or if they become extremely angry, you can say that they are going bananas. Adamson's going to go bananas on this one. Fruit of the genus Musa (family Musaceae), a gigantic herbaceous plant spread by rhizomes, and one of the most important food crops of the world. The banana is consumed extensively throughout the tropics, where it is grown, and is also valued in the temperate zone for its flavour, nutritional value, and constant availability. Hundreds of varieties are cultivated. Perhaps the most important species is the common banana, M. sapientum. The ripe fruit is high in carbohydrates (mainly sugar), potassium, and vitamins C and A, and it is low in protein and fat. Though usually eaten fresh, bananas may also be cooked. The U.S. imports more bananas than does any other country. See also plantain
banana
a long curved tropical fruit with a yellow skin
banana
a yellow colour, like that of a banana
banana
Bananas are long curved fruit with yellow skins. a bunch of bananas
banana
This is when you arch your back and reach upwards You usually only do a banana when you are doing a combination jump or riding up a basket toss
banana
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
banana
n sl Solrain Intensity fighter
banana
A perennial herbaceous plant of almost treelike size (Musa sapientum); also, its edible fruit
banana
A person, especially a woman, of Asian descent, especially a Chinese American, who has assimilated into Western culture or married a Caucasian
banana
The low-level data marshalling layer of Twisted Spread See twisted spread banana
banana
elongated crescent-shaped yellow fruit with soft sweet flesh
banana
TOC term for an 'and' represented on many logic trees as a flat ellipse collecting two or more causality arrows They are not used on necessity trees
banana
Containing or having the taste of bananas
banana
a shot or pass that curves or bends in the air instead of going straight
banana
fn banana fruta
banana
The world's most popular fruit The most common U S variety is the yellow Cavendish They are picked green and develop better flavor when ripened off the bush Two sweeter varieties are the red banana and the dwarf or finger banana
banana
> xiangjiao
banana
elongated crescent-shaped yellow fruit with soft sweet flesh 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
banana
Kela Fruit
banana
Kayla Fruit
bunch of bananas
cluster of bananas
cluster of bananas
bunch of bananas connected together at the stalk
go bananas
go crazy; lose one's mind; get excited
bananas

    Silbentrennung

    ba·na·nas

    Türkische aussprache

    bınänız

    Aussprache

    /bəˈnanəz/ /bəˈnænəz/

    Etymologie

    [ b&-na-n&, esp Briti ] (noun.) 1597. Spanish or Portuguese; Spanish, from Portuguese, of African origin; akin to Wolof banäna banana.

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