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anonymous

adjective
 
 
/əˈnɒn.ɪ.məs/ US  /-ˈnɑː.nə-/
made or done by someone whose name is not known or not made public
匿名的;不知姓名的;名字不公開的
The money was donated by an anonymous benefactor.
這筆錢來自一位不願透露姓名的捐贈者。
Police said an anonymous caller warned that a bomb was about to go off.
警方說有人打來匿名電話,警告一枚炸彈即將爆炸。
An attempt to implant an embryo using an egg from an anonymous woman donor was unsuccessful.
用一位匿名女性捐贈的卵子來植入胚胎的嘗試未獲成功。
He received an anonymous letter threatening to disclose details of his affair if he didn't pay the money.
他收到一封匿名信,威脅說如果他不付錢,就把他的風流韻事都抖出來。
For reasons of personal safety, the informant wishes to remain anonymous.
為了自身安全,舉報人不希望透露姓名。
Secrecy and privacy
having no unusual or interesting features
無特色的,無個性特徵的
He has a rather anonymous face.
他相貌平平。
Tedious and uninspiring
anonymously
 
 
/əˈnɒn.ɪ.mə.sli/ US  /-ˈnɑː.nə-/ adverb
The donation was made anonymously.
這筆錢是匿名捐贈的。
Secrecy and privacy
Translations of “anonymous”
in Korean 익명의…
in Arabic مَجْهول, غَيْر مُسَمّى…
in French anonyme…
in Italian anonimo…
in Russian анонимный…
in Turkish isimsiz, anonim…
in Polish anonimowy…
in Spanish anónimo…
in Portuguese anônimo…
in German anonym…
in Catalan anònim…
in Japanese 匿名の…
in Chinese (Simplified) 匿名的, 不知姓名的, 名字不公开的…
(Definition of anonymous from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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