Meaning of banally in English:

banally

adverb

See banal

‘(All banally true, but in the context of the programme, it was a sudden outbreak of sensitivity).’
  • ‘Number 3 seems banally sensible, until you read Howard's closing statement.’
  • ‘Children may be the future, as the authors banally point out, but adults are the people who decide the direction.’
  • ‘Say what you want about her often banally produced records; live, Jewel's a gem of a solo performer who's both self-aware and truly, outrageously funny.’
  • ‘And often it's an entirely banally insignificant spot.’