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who shall remain nameless

humorous
used when you are telling people about a bad thing that someone else has done: One boy, who shall remain nameless, has been late every day this week.
(Definition of who shall remain nameless from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “who shall remain nameless”
in Chinese (Simplified) (说起某人做的坏事时)不便说出其名的…
in Chinese (Traditional) (說起某人做的壞事時)不便說出其名的…
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