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verb [T] (CHOOSE)
选择
 
 
/neɪm/
to choose someone or something
指定,选择
Just name the time and I'll be there on the dot.
你说时间好了,我一定准时到那里。
Name your conditions/terms/price.
开出你的条件/条款/价钱。
Ms Martinez has been named (as) (= she will be) the new Democratic candidate.
马丁内斯女士已被选定为新的民主党候选人。
Taking and choosing
(Definition of name verb (CHOOSE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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