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be a name to conjure with

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to be a very important name, or an interesting name which gives you a mental picture of something pleasant or exciting 鼎鼎大名;名字会令人产生美妙联想 In those days Churchill was still a name to conjure with. 那时丘吉尔还是一个如雷贯耳的名字。 The House of the Blue Lagoon - now there's a name to conjure with! 《蓝色环礁湖的小屋》——这是一个让人浮想联翩的标题! Names and titles
Translations of “be a name to conjure with”
in Chinese (Traditional) 鼎鼎大名, 名字會令人產生美妙聯想…
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