banana美 [bəˈnɑːnə] 英
a long curved fruit with a thick yellow skin and soft flesh, that grows on trees in hot countries
a bunch of bananas
to become angry, crazy or silly
[Food]a long and slightly curved fruit with creamy coloured soft flesh and a skin that turns from green to yellow when ripe
We were chatting during the whole afternoon in his studio; our topic was all the way from potted banana in the studio to female artists.
You can try to tell people that this banana tree is an orange tree all you want, but the fruit will tell the truth.
I realized then that he had not come in search of a banana and a muffin. He came in to get warm. In his heart.
A teenager was caught trying to rob a store with a banana - then ate the makeshift weapon to destroy the evidence.
How much banana do we need ?
he ' s got a very small mouth , a banana and a pair of thievish - looking eyes.
When he took the banana smoothie to a group of women, she is not only feel before face, and to feel extremely shocked.
At least, when she had one interesting enough to recount at breakfast, it was always related to her nostalgic memories of the banana region.
Annie opened the lid to the garbage can. She found the wrapper from her cake. There was also a banana peel.
Water was carried in old cans, which had been used previously for cooking oil - the stopper was usually a banana.