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bananas

adjective [after verb]     /bəˈnɑː.nəz/ US  /-ˈnæn.əz/ informal
very silly 傻的,愚蠢的,瘋的 You're going out in this weather? You must be bananas! 你這種天氣還要外出?一定是瘋了! Stupid and sillyOf unsound mind
go bananas
to become extremely angry or excited 勃然大怒的,極度興奮激動的 She'll go bananas when you tell her the news. 你若告訴她這個消息,她會氣瘋的。 Becoming angry and expressing angerExcited, interested and enthusiastic
Translations of “bananas”
in Chinese (Simplified) 傻的,愚蠢的,疯的…
(Definition of bananas from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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