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verb [T] (GIVE/SAY NAME)
取名
 
 
/neɪm/
to give someone or something a name
給…取名,為…命名
[+ two objects] We named our dogs 'Shandy' and 'Belle'.
我們給狗分別取名為「山迪」和「美女」。
A man named Dennis answered the door.
一個名叫鄧尼斯的男子來開了門。
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to say what something or someone's name is
說出…的名稱(或姓名)
In the first question you had to name three types of monkey.
在第一題中,你必須說出三種猴子的名稱。
He couldn't name his attacker.
他說不出攻擊自己的人的名字。
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(Definition of name verb (GIVE/SAY NAME) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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