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Users will not have to give their names. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Can you tell me the name of the business secretary? Times, Sunday Times (2016)That was where you would expect to see famous names who were worried about exposure. The Sun (2016)Schools and hospitals are not named after him. Times, Sunday Times (2016)This kind of grotesque stupidity gives foreign aid a bad name. The Sun (2017)Ford is only referred to by name twice. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The Norse custom was to name something just as they saw it. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I'm going to do the same thing with my name. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Southampton fans would surely forgive not matching last season's league exploits if they could make a name for themselves in Milan and beyond. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Climb off the sofa with this great offer from the biggest name in the business. The Sun (2013)Especially when she made her name hardly wearing anything. The Sun (2012)Many are so afraid of being found out that they give false names. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Some of the other names bandied around make no sense at all. Times, Sunday Times (2013)But that is a formality after his name was put forward by the nominations committee. The Sun (2006)Your new love has a famous name. The Sun (2008)What does it matter how many names if the person is one? George MacDonald The Princess and the Curdie (1883)Those who want to change the status quo apply bad names to those who would maintain it. Goshgarian, Gary Exploring language (6th edn) (1995)Or they make for the safety of the big names with international reputations. Times, Sunday Times (2015)They will always have something by their name. Times, Sunday Times (2010)We can get lost in trying to name things. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The white front in their name refers to their distinctive white forehead. Times, Sunday Times (2006)He said he knew his attacker but did not give a name. Times, Sunday Times (2013)New love has a famous family name. The Sun (2011)The person whose name you give us will not be told where we got his name. Times, Sunday Times (2006)No wonder roses gained a bad name. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And now a man apparently named after the corner of a high street had made a success of it. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The former teacher has found managers with deep pockets who have paired him with one of the biggest names in the business. The Sun (2011)Does his name mean anything to anyone under 40? Times, Sunday Times (2008)Name tags simply make it easier for folks to have conversations with people they don't know. Christianity Today (2000)


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Traduções de name

Inglês Britânico: name /neɪm/ NOUN
The name of a person, thing, or place is the word or words that you use to identify them.
He told me his name.
  • Inglês Americano: name
  • Árabe: اسمٌ
  • Português Brasileiro: nome
  • Chinês: 名字
  • Croata: ime
  • Tcheco: jméno
  • Dinamarquês: navn
  • Holandês: naam
  • Espanhol Europeu: nombre
  • Finlandês: nimi
  • Francês: nom propre
  • Alemão: Name
  • Grego: όνομα
  • Italiano: nome
  • Japonês: 名前
  • Coreano: 이름
  • Norueguês: navn
  • Polonês: imię
  • Português Europeu: nome
  • Romeno: nume
  • Russo: имя
  • Espanhol: nombre
  • Sueco: namn
  • Tailandês: ชื่อ
  • Turco: ad kişi
  • Ucraniano: ім'я
  • Vietnamita: tên


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