Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Banana"

The meaning of "Banana" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does you're bananas mean?
A: Estás loco.
Q: What does go banana mean?
A: When he saw how beautiful she was he went bananas.
Q: What does holy banana pants mean?
A: sometimes people say things like that instead of swearing/cursing. it doesn't actually mean anything
Q: What does top banana mean?
A: It means the boss - the person in charge. They are ranked higher than everyone else so they are the "top." Another similar and more common expression is "top dog."
Q: What does go bananas mean?
A: to go crazy or act crazy

Example sentences using "Banana"

Q: Please show me example sentences with bananas(it is go bananas' bananas).
A: to go bananas means go crazy.

she went bananas.
the kids made there mom go bananas.
Q: Please show me example sentences with go bananas.
A: 1. My daughter goes bananas whenever she sees a sweet shop.

2. My maths teacher goes bananas if you don't hand your homework in.

3. I don't even know what happened, she just went bananas!

Q: Please show me example sentences with "go bananas" .
A: When you "go bananas" you behave in a slightly crazy or silly fashion. The expression is considered slang and is therefore used only in informal contexts.

The children will go bananas when they see the cute little puppy. 

Aparna went bananas when she was introduced to Brad Pitt

Q: Please show me example sentences with to go bananas(=crazy).
A: I'm going bananas because of my exams!

Ever since she broke up with her boyfriend, she's gone bananas!

(This is a very informal and slang phrase)
Q: Please show me example sentences with top banana .
A: This is not extremely popular but it means to be number one (most important person) in an organization. I.e. "You just want to be top banana" (you just want to be most important). Younger people use it as slang for most interesting or easy to get along with person.

Synonyms of "Banana" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I eat a banana. and I eat bananas and What difference is there in these sentences? If I eat only one banana everyday and never eat plural numbers of bananas, Should I use “ I eat a banana.”? and Or If I say “I eat a banana.”, otherwise I accidentally happened to eat two banana on one day, Am I going to be a liar? ?
A: And if you say I’m eating banana even though you are not then you would be lying.
Q: What is the difference between banana and a banana and bananas ?
A:
"thank you guys:)

There is banana in this juice.
There is a banana in this juice.

whats the difference between them?"

In this case, you would say the first one. "Banana" is...more of a flavor here than a physical banana, I guess? You don't really know what the juice company did to make that bottle of banana juice. (If you made the juice yourself and put exactly one banana into it, then you could say either sentence, but the first would still be more natural.)

If your drink literally has a whole banana floating in it, then it's definitely "a banana."
Q: What is the difference between banana and bananas ?
A: Banana - 🍌 x1 singular
Bananas - 🍌🍌 2+ (plural)
Q: What is the difference between ripe banana and banana ?
A: A ripe banana is a banana that is ready to eat. It's all yellow, or yellow with some brown spots.

An overripe banana is past ripe. It's all brown and very, very soft. You probably don't want to eat it.

(The opposite is "underripe" -- a banana that is still green.)

All ripe bananas are bananas but not all bananas are ripe!

You can use "ripe" with any fruit to say it is ready to eat.
Q: What is the difference between I recommend adding banana on your pancake. and I encourage to add banana on your pancake. ?
A: レストランに行く時はウェイターに「what do you reconmend」を聞きます。そして、「I encourage adding banana on your pancake」じゃなくて、「I recommend adding banana on your pancake」ですかもしれません
But it also depends on the context.

Translations of "Banana"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? banana
A: banana ^-^
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? banana
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "bananas" as an adjective
A: You use it if you want it in position of the words “crazy” or “insane”.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? banana
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? banana

Other questions about "Banana"

Q: Could you strip a banana peel off for him? does this sound natural?
A: Could you peel a banana for him?
Q: These bananas aren't ripe to eat yet. does this sound natural?
A: You don't have to put "ripe" and "to eat" together, pick one.

These bananas aren't ripe yet.
These bananas aren't ready to eat yet.
Q: I have to eat up these bananas before they are going to be overripe. does this sound natural?
A: "I have to eat up these bananas before they are overripe." OR "I have to eat up these bananas before they go bad." The second would be more commonly used.
Q: "This banana is bad." Does this "bad" mean: 1) tastes bad, 2) stale or 3) could mean either?
A: @misokatsu: it could mean either.
Q: He went bananas. Why bananas...?
A: 「正気を失った」や「頭が狂ってきた」など、人の様子がおかしい場合に使われる表現です。バナナが大好きなお猿さんの態度を思い浮かべてみてください。he is going bananasと言うと、「彼は猿みたいにいかれてる!」という意味になりますw ですから、動詞は「to go bananas」です。ちょっとカジュアルな表現なので、上司には使わないようにしてくださいね(^^;;

日本語で「バナナる」という言葉があればいいのに…

「彼女に文句ばかり言われてて、もうバナナりそうだ…」w

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