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banal (Adjective) /ba·nal/ /ˈbānl, bəˈnal, -ˈnäl/ banal



English to Bangla Meaning 'banal'
English to Bengali meaning of banal
banal = তুচ্ছ , সাধারণ , অকিঞ্চিত্কর , আকর্ষণহীন , গতানুগতিক
English to English Meaning 'banal'
1. obvious and dull; "trivial conversation"; "commonplace prose"
2. repeated too often; overfamiliar through overuse; "bromidic sermons"; "his remarks were trite and commonplace"; "hackneyed phrases"; "a stock answer"; "repeating threadbare jokes"; "parroting some timeworn axiom"; "the trite metaphor `hard as nails''"
Synonyms 'banal'
Synonyms: wishy–washy, flat, insipid, milk-and-water, namby-pamby, watery
Antonyms 'banal'
Antonyms: fresh, new, novel, original, unclichéd, unhackneyed
Examples 'banal'
1. We want that chamber to educate us, not to provide us with banal entertainment. Read Article
2. The writing was banal but the story was good.
3. What's the point of me even writing such an obvious, even banal, truism? Read Article
4. I just love that lighting because it's so banal and such a moment of exhaustion. Read Article
5. The more banal, the more commonplace, the more predictable, the triter, the staler, the dumber, the better. Don DeLillo, Mao II, 1991
6. He made some banal remarks about the weather.
7. It's that it makes our horrible, banal photography appear skilled and intriguing. Read Article
8. Don't settle for what's banal or what some PR person said was the news of the day. Read Article
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