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given name

noun [C]   US ( UK first name)
the name which is chosen for you at birth and which is not your family name (与姓相对的)名;(出生时取的)名字 Her family name is Smith and her given names are Mary Elizabeth. 她姓史密斯,名叫玛丽‧伊丽莎白。 Names and titles
Translations of “given name”
in Chinese (Traditional) (與姓相對的)名, (出生時取的)名字…
(Definition of given name from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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