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bananaba‧na‧na /bəˈnɑːnə $ -ˈnæ-/ ●●● S2 noun [countable]  bananas.jpg DFFa long curved tropical fruit with a yellow skin
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bananaWines Fruit was picked from a plantation growing mangoes, guava, grapes, oranges, lemons and bananas.The leader either numbers each pair or gives them names such as apple, banana, cake, or other fruit.They brought bananas to Africathey had boats, they travelled.Pepita began to pick up the fallen bananas and place them back in their crate.Q: We are new to growing bananas.But tonight he would like to have something equivalent to a stalk of bananas to purchase, circa 1910.The Clinton administration, though generally supporting open markets, had taken a neutral position on the banana question.Though small, the banana settlement is worth noting.
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