bananas1 of 2
plural of banana
bananas2 of 2
especially British -ˈnä-
: mentally unsound —usually used informally in an exaggerated way
… being prone for so long made me a little bananas.—Niko Stratis
It may drive you bananas when they can't sleep without their one favorite pacifier, or won't take the plush teddy bear out of their mouth, or need to be by your side at all times.—Tara Goldberg
"Seriously, I'm going bananas. I don't know what to do. I'm really frustrated. …, " [Vince] Clarke confesses.—Lyndsey Parker
: very excited and wild
The crowd went bananas.
Adjective All the noise drove me bananas.
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