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identity

noun [C or U]     /aɪˈden.tɪ.ti/ US  /-ə.t̬i/
who a person is, or the qualities of a person or group which make them different from others 身份;本身;特性 The man's identity was being kept secret while he was helping police with enquiries. 这个男子在协助警方调查时,他的身份是保密的。 I cannot reveal the identity of my source. 我不能透露我的消息来源。 The informant was given a new identity (= a different name and new official documents) for protection. 给了检举人一个新身份以作保护。 The newspaper photo apparently showed him in Rome but it was a case of mistaken identity (= it was the wrong person). 报纸上的照片似乎显示他在罗马,但其实那个人不是他。 In prison people often suffer from a loss of identity. 在狱中人们经常会失去自我。 I think my job gives me a sense of identity. 我觉得我的工作给了我一种认同感。 Mind and personalityScience of psychology and psychoanalysis
(Definition of identity from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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