"Hi, what's your name?" "My name's Diane." 「嗨！你叫甚麼名字？｣ 「我叫戴安娜。｣
She went to court to clear her name (= prove that the bad things said about her were not true). 為了澄清名譽，她走上法庭。
by the name of sth formal
go by the name of sth
in the name of sb also in sb's name
- Please would you check in at the reception desk and sign your name in the book.
- I can't think of her name - it'll come back to me later.
- What's the file name?
- The police officers were taking down the names of witnesses.
- She slapped him and called him names, but he didn't react.
nameverb [ T ]uk /neɪm/ us /neɪm/
name verb [ T ] (GIVE/SAY NAME)
B1 to give someone or something a name給…取名，為…命名
B1 to say what something or someone's name is說出…的名稱（或姓名）
He couldn't name his attacker. 他說不出攻擊自己的人的名字。
- We've just got a new cat, but we haven't named him yet.
- Paul was named after his grandad.
- The Queen attended a ceremony to name the ship.
- Some parents chose to name their children after characters from the show.
- They named their son Isaac after the biblical character.