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verb [T] (GIVE/SAY NAME) 取名     /neɪm/
to give someone or something a name 給…取名,為…命名 [+ two objects] We named our dogs 'Shandy' and 'Belle'. 我們給狗分別取名為「山迪」和「美女」。 A man named Dennis answered the door. 一個名叫鄧尼斯的男子來開了門。 Names and titles
to say what something or someone's name is 說出…的名稱(或姓名) In the first question you had to name three types of monkey. 在第一題中,你必須說出三種猴子的名稱。 He couldn't name his attacker. 他說不出攻擊自己的人的名字。 Names and titles
(Definition of name verb (GIVE/SAY NAME) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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