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 Meanings and Examples of BANANA
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 n.  a long, curved fruit with a yellow skin and soft, sweet, white flesh inside
Classic Sentence:
1  Here, with its sheaf sliced in four, exposing a white cone, Giles offered his wife a banana.
Between the Acts By Virginia Woolf
Context  Highlight   In Unit 13
2  In the display window, black, overripe bananas and lettuce on which a cat was sleeping.
Main Street By Sinclair Lewis
Context  Highlight   In CHAPTER IV
Example Sentence:
1  We jolted along rough wet roads through an endless banana plantation.
2  A green banana is not ripe enough to eat.
3  She peeled off the skin of a banana for the child.
4  He always plays second banana in the basketball matches.
5  A traveler relating his tropical experiences glorifies the banana, stating that he has eaten it “ripe and luscious from the tree!”
6  Trade officials say that Ecuador has made a complaint to the WTO about the tariffs the European Union imposes on imports of bananas.
7  Some countries, such as Germany would prefer an almost unrestricted market so that their consumers could get the best bananas at the lowest prices.
8  I can't eat bananas.
9  Those bananas aren't ripe yet - they're still green.