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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 (與姓相對的)名;(出生時取的)名字 Her family name is Smith and her given names are Mary Elizabeth. 她姓史密夫,名叫瑪麗‧伊利莎白。 Names and titles
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in Chinese (Simplified) (与姓相对的)名, (出生时取的)名字…
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