Translation of banana in Spanish:


plátano, n.

Pronunciation /bəˈnænə/ /bəˈnɑːnə/


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    plátano masculine
    banana feminine Peru, River Plate
    banano masculine Central America, Colombia
    cambur masculine Venezuela
    to be top/second banana ser el mandamás/el segundo de a bordo informal
    • banana plantation bananera
    • banana tree bananero
    • Towers started a fruit farm, growing bananas and avocados.
    • Her eyes widened when she saw the bright orange pumpkins, the ripe yellow bananas, silks with colors that she had never before seen.
    • Farmers grow corn, cassava, peanuts, bananas, and citrus fruits for their own consumption.
    • Carpeted by rich volcanic ash, the region's moist and misty vales cradle Panama's coffee industry and also produce some of the country's finest citrus fruits and bananas.
    • You might also want to mix in some slices of ripe bananas or the fruit of an avocado for a better deep conditioning treatment.
    • There is a vast range of specific color truths: ripe bananas are yellow; certain sunsets are golden; claret wine is claret red and so on.
    • You will feel the warmth of the sunshine, the smell of the salty sea, blending and mixing with the fragrance of flowers and the essence of bananas and ripe fruit.
    • There were two large, pastel yellow clusters of bananas on the counter.
    • Rice, bananas, and citrus fruits replaced the traditional crops of sugar, coffee, and cocoa.
    • Choose low-fiber foods such as ground meats, ripe bananas, soft cereals or refined bread.
    • Now I have a pint of hot water with a touch of lemon, then two pieces of fruit like a banana and apple.
    • The main goods produced for sale are agricultural products such as corn, sweet potatoes, bananas, and citrus fruit.
    • Oranges, apples, and bananas comprise half the fruit consumed.
    • The procedure should make artificial chemical ripening less necessary for apples, bananas and most stone fruits now treated with ethylene.
    • The favorite fresh fruits of Canadians are bananas and apples.
    • Apologies to Marcia for not bringing the agreed birthday present of a bunch of overly ripe bananas.
    • For fresh fruit, bananas, apples and pears will be high on the list of priorities, but consider chopping up fresh mango, papaya or peaches into a small pot.
    • He said when students are finished eating apples or bananas in the school they bring the cores and skins to the composter.
    • They also love ripe melons and bananas and grapes.
    • You may also eat one or two pieces of fruit, such as bananas, cantaloupe or pears.