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bananas

adjective [after verb]     /bəˈnɑː.nəz/ US  /-ˈnæn.əz/ informal
very silly 傻的,愚蠢的,疯的 You're going out in this weather? You must be bananas! 你这种天气还要外出?一定是疯了! Stupid and sillyOf unsound mind
go bananas
to become extremely angry or excited 发疯;发怒 She'll go bananas when you tell her the news. 你若告诉她这个消息,她会气疯的。 Becoming angry and expressing angerExcited, interested and enthusiastic
Translations of “bananas”
in Chinese (Traditional) 傻的,愚蠢的,瘋的…
(Definition of bananas from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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