- n. 名称；姓名；名义；名誉；名人
- v. 命名；取名；说出( ... 的名字)
- adj. 著名的
- 委派， 指定
- [C]名字,名称 word or words by which a person, an animal, a place or a thing is known and spoken to or of
- [S]名声,名誉 reputation; fame
- [C]著名的人物,名人 famous person
- vt. 给…取名 give a name to
- vt. 说出…的名字,提…的名字; 列举 say what the name of (sb/sth) is
- vt. 决定; 任命; 提名 nominate for; appoint to a position
a language unit by which a person or thing is known;
"his name really is George Washington"
"those are two names for the same thing"
a person's reputation;
"he wanted to protect his good name"
family based on male descent;
"he had no sons and there was no one to carry on his name"
a well-known or notable person;
"they studied all the great names in the history of France"
"she is an important figure in modern music"
by the sanction or authority of;
"halt in the name of the law"
a defamatory or abusive word or phrase
assign a specified (usually proper) proper name to;
"They named their son David"
"The new school was named after the famous Civil Rights leader"
give the name or identifying characteristics of; refer to by name or some other identifying characteristic property;
"Many senators were named in connection with the scandal"
"The almanac identifies the auspicious months"
charge with a function; charge to be;
"She was named Head of the Committee"
"She was made president of the club"
create and charge with a task or function;
"nominate a committee"
mention and identify by name;
"name your accomplices!"
make reference to;
"His name was mentioned in connection with the invention"
identify as in botany or biology, for example
give or make a list of; name individually; give the names of;
"List the states west of the Mississippi"
determine or distinguish the nature of a problem or an illness through a diagnostic analysis
- The committee's name has been acronymed NACA.
- Rubella is just another name for German measles.
- She signed the poem with her real name.
- He refused to disclose his name and address.
- I greet you in the name of the President.
- He has lent his name to the lofty cause.
- That brought discredit on his name.
- A good name is better than a good girdle.
- Elton John is a big name in the music business.
- You can name the bookmark at design time.
- A string can be supplied to name the file.
- You can name your pet dog.
- She was named after her grandmother.
- Can you name all the plants in this garden?
- Name the five wealthiest people in the world.
- They don't know the name of the animal.
- We naturally associate the name of Darwin with the doctrine of evolution.
- I read her name on the polished brass plate.
- We carved their names on the stones so that future generations would know what they had done.
- The lovers carved their names on the tree.
- She checked over the names on the list to ensure that everything was correct.
- In a solemn voice, the councillor announced the names of the winners to the crowd.
- The policeman demanded his name and address.
- He checked their names off as they boarded the plane.
- He has a good name in the business.You can trust him.
- The school has a name for good science.
- He carved out a name for himself in the engineering business.
- The father has a good name, but the son has an ill one.
- Its poor service gave the restaurant a bad name.
- He kept books by all the great names and authorities.
- All the big names in the pop music world were at the party.
- Have you named the new baby yet?
- Can you name these trees?
- You can name your own price.
- Before she could name that person she was shot dead.
- Can you name the chief rivers of China?
- He named some of the measures that had been taken.
- Her father named her Kitty.
- He named one of us his representative at the meeting.
- The teacher named John as monitor.
- The President named him to be Secretary of State.
- The manager named her for the secretary.
- He was named a model worker.
- It was named the best documentary of the year.
- Mr. Smith has been named as the directorship.
- Although Jim had come first, his competitor was named as the winner, as Jim started before he should have done.
- The president named him to head the delegation.
- answer to one's name〔the name of〕
听到叫自己的名字就答应,名叫… have the name of
- call sb names
骂某人 abuse or insult sb
- drag sb/sb's name through the mire〔mud〕
使某人蒙羞、丢脸 bring disgrace to sb by behaving every badly
- drop names
滥用显要人物以提高自身身价 mention famous or powerful people one is supposed to know, so as to impress others
- enter one's name〔put one's name〕 down for
报名上(学、课等) apply to enter (a school, college, course, etc.)
- give one's name to
以自己的名字命名某项发明创造 invent or originate sth which then becomes known by one's own name
- in name only
表面上,名义上 not in reality
- in (the) name of〔in sb's name〕
为某物的缘故 for the sake of sth
- lend one's name to
以自己的名义支持或帮助 allow oneself to be associated with sth
- make a name for oneself
〈非正〉使自己出名 earn oneself a reputation
- name names
指名道姓,公开点名 point out sb's name in public
- put a name to
知道或记住某人〔某事物〕的名称 know or remember what sb/sth is called
- sb's name is mud
名誉扫地,不讨人喜欢 sb is disliked or (often temporarily) unpopular because of sth he has done
- take sb's name in vain
滥用名字,上帝之名 use a name, especially God's, disrespectfully
- the name of the game
一项活动的主要目的或最重要的方面 the main purpose or most important aspect of an activity
- under the name of
用…作名字 using sth as a name instead of one's real name
- name after〔for〕 (v.+prep.)
以…的名字起名 give the same name of sb as
name sb/sth after〔for〕 sb
The child was named after her famous aunt.
The machine is named after its inventor.
The Hudson River is named for the English explorer Henry Hudson.
- adopt the name of 采用…名字
- bear a name 写〔印〕有名字
- call sb's name 叫某人名字,辱骂
- change one's name 改名字
- enroll sb's name 登记某人的名字
- enter one's name in 把名字登记在…
- fill in one's name 填上名字
- have one's name 有自己的名字
- keep one's name on the books 保留学籍,保留会籍
- leave one's name 留下姓名
- mention sb's name 提到某人的名字
- obtain a name 得名
- print one's name 盖章
- put one's name down for 申请成为…候选人
- recall sb's name 想起某人的名字
- register one's name 登记名字
- sign the name 签名
- take sb's name in vain 滥用某人的名字
- take the name from 其名称取自…
- use a name 使用名字
- blacken the name 玷污名声
- bring one's name into disrepute 使某人声名狼藉
- clear one's name 洗刷自己的污名,恢复名誉
- deserve the name 应该得到这种声誉
- drag sb's name through the mire 把某人搞臭
- gain a name 获得名声
- have a name for 以…著称
- have a name for bravery 以勇敢著称
- have one's name up in lights 成名,扬名
- hurt sb's name 损害某人的名誉
- make a name for 使某人出名
- make a name for oneself in golf 以打高尔夫球出名
- make one's name with one's Beijing opera 以唱京剧而著名
- recover one's good name 恢复名誉
- stain sb's name with slander 诽谤某人以败坏其名声
- added name 别号
- another name 另外一个名字
- assumed name 化名,假名
- common name 普通的名称
- dirty name 下流的名称
- English name 英文名
- false name 假名
- fancy name 古怪的名字
- first name 教名,西方人名的第一个词
- full name 全名
- geographic name 地名
- given name 教名,西方人名的第一个词
- great name 名人
- legal name 依法登记的姓名〔公司名,团体的称号〕
- maiden name 妇女未婚前的姓,娘家的姓
- married name 妇女婚后的姓
- middle name 中间名
- official name 正式称呼
- professional name 专业上的名称
- real name 真实姓名
- similar names 相似的名称
- wonderful name 好听的名字
- bad name 坏名声
- big name 名声响亮
- fair name 清白的名誉
- good name 好名声
- ill name 坏名声
- brand name 商标名
- business name 商业用名
- code name (情报人员、工程或任务的)代号
- family name 姓
- pen name 笔名
- stage name 艺名
- street name 街名
- trade name 商标名
- by name 叫做
- in name 名义上的
- in father's name 以父亲的名义
- in the name of 以…的名义
- in the name of freedom 以自由的名义
- in the name of justice 以正义的名义
- in the name of the law 以法律的名义
- in the name of wonder 究竟,到底
- list of names 名单
- of no name 无名的
- to sb's name 属于某人的名下
- under a name (自)称…
- without a name 无名的
- name ambitiously 有抱负地决定
- name appropriately 恰当地命名
- name fictitiously 虚构地取名
- name generally 一般地取名
- name heroically 英雄地命名
- name humbly 谦虚地命名
- name offensively 讨厌地命名
- name originally 最初地命名
Peter Simple you say your name is?出自：Merry Wives of Windsor , Shakespeare
The name of the eldest..was Dulcima.出自： H. E. Bates
We named the child Barnabas.出自： T. S. Eliot
He had discovered an Indian mineral which was named after him.出自： P. L. Fermor
- 西方人的姓名包括姓和名,名在前,姓在后,如John Smith,John是名,Smith是姓。
- name是及物动词,可接名词或代词作宾语。作“取名”解时,可接名词充当补足语的复合宾语; 作“提名,任命”解时可接“(to be/as/for+) n. ”充当补足语的复合宾语。
- 表示“以…的名字起名”时,英式英语常说name after,美式英语则用name for来表示。
- name, title
- name一般只用于人、动物或地方,表示一种名称; title指书本歌曲戏剧等的名字,或指人的头衔,表示他的职位、职业、阶级、荣誉等。例如:
- The title of painting is “A Winter Evening”.这幅画的名称是“一个冬天的傍晚”。
- Captain, doctor, professor are titles.船长、医生、教授都是头衔。
- name, appoint, designate, elect, nominate
- designate指当权的人或机构的选拔和任命,口气非常正式,有时到了生硬的程度; name则指不侧重选择,强调宣布,语气不那么正式,常用于政治机构或政府办公室人员的提名; nominate从词源学看,与name等同,但意思不同,指提出人选,供决策人取舍; elect指从候选人中作出最后的选择; appoint指不经选举的任命,任命人在法律上有这样的权力,这种选举本身可能是专断的,也可能是明智的。
- name, call
- The girl was called〔named〕 Mary after her mother.这女孩随她妈妈也取名叫玛丽。
- Tasmania was named〔called〕 after its discoverer,A.J.Tasman.塔斯曼尼亚岛是以它的发现者塔斯曼命名的。
- 1.call的意思是“把…叫做…”,过去时、现在时或将来时都可以用; name则指“起名字”的一次性动作,一般不用于现在时。例如:
- What are you going to call〔name〕 the baby?你打算给婴儿取什么名字?
- She had a daughter last year.They call her Cage.她去年生了个女孩,他们把她叫做“凯奇”。
- Her father named her Cage.她父亲给她取名“凯奇”。
- 2.name指正式的命名, call则既可指正式的命名,也可用于别称。例如:
- His name is Brooks but we call him Jim.他的名字是布鲁克斯,但我们都称他为吉姆。
- It was named the Youth Canal.它被命名为青年渠。
- We call him Iron Ox.我们管他叫铁牛。
- 3.在表示“叫出名字”“提出”“提名为,任命”时,只能用name,不能用call; 而在表示“呼叫”“拜访”“认为”时,只能用call,而不能用name。
- The President named him Secretary of the State.
- The President named him to be Secretary of the State.
- The President named him as Secretary of the State.
误 My name is called John.
正 I am John.
正 My name is John.
正 I am called John.
- ☆ 直接源自古英语的nama，意为名字。
- surname n. 姓，姓氏