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name sb/sth after sb/sth

( US also name sb/sth for sb/sth) phrasal verb with name /neɪm/ verb [T]
to give someone or something the same name as another person or thing
用…的名字给…命名
Paul was named after his grandad.
保罗的名字跟他的爷爷一样。
She told us about his brother, Apollo, born in 1969 and named for the U.S. astronauts' mission to the moon.
她告诉了我们他哥哥阿波罗的事,他出生于1969年,是以美国宇航员的登月行动来命名的。
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in Chinese (Traditional) 用…的名字給…命名…
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