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Polish translation of “name sb after sb”

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name sb after sb

phrasal verb with name
 
 
/neɪm/ verb [T]
to give someone the same name as someone else
nazwać kogoś po kimś , dać komuś imię po kimś
We named him after my wife's brother.Names and titles
Translations of “name sb after sb”
in Russian называть в честь кого-либо…
in Turkish adını vermek, ismini koymak…
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