banane translation | French-English dictionary

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banane

  

      nf  
   (=fruit)   banana  
glisser sur une peau de banane      to slip on a banana skin  
   (=sac)   bumbag   (Grande-Bretagne)  , fanny pack   (USA)     
Mes clés sont dans ma banane.      My keys are in my bumbag.  
Translation French - English Collins Dictionary  
banane n.
banana

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Collaborative Dictionary     French-English
adv.
You dork!
v.
hammer
n.
plantain
n.
bumbag
nm.
bum bag [UK,Irl,Aus] ; hip pack [UK] ; fanny pack [US,Can] ; belt pack [US], belly bag [US] ; hip sack [US], phany pack [US] ; waist bag [US] ; waistpack [US] ; moon bag [S-Afr]
n.
French pleat
exp.
My keys are in my bumbag.
exp.
He slipped on a banana skin.
n.
banana skin
n.
banana warehouse
n.
banana leaf
n.
banana cake
n.
pure banana juice
n.
banana cake
n.
banana fritter
v.
sabotage ; throw banana skins (under someone's feet)
[Fig.] Utiliser des procédés déloyaux envers quelqu'un pour faire retarder ou échouer ce qu'il entreprend
exp.
to slip on a banana skin
v.
have a good laugh (vr.) ; come a cropper (vr.)
n.
bunch of bananas
exp.
flambéed bananas
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'banane' also found in translations in English-French dictionary
n.
banane
[Bus.]
adv.
banane !
n.
sac banane ; banane
[US];[Fam.] Small zippered pouch originally worn above the buttocks, for which "fanny" is a slang term in the US. Since fanny means vagina in the UK, the term is unacceptable there. Equiv. in UK = bum bag.
n.
sac banane
exp.
Il a retrouvé sa banane, moins son argent.
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