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nickname 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/ˈnikˌnām/,
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nicknames, plural;
  1. Give a nickname to; call by a nickname
    • - his fraternity brothers nicknamed him “The Bird” because of his skydiving skills
Noun
  1. A familiar or humorous name given to a person or thing instead of or as well as the real name


  1. a familiar name for a person (often a shortened version of a person's given name); "Joe's mother would not use his nickname and always called him Joseph"; "Henry's nickname was Slim"
  2. dub: give a nickname to
  3. a descriptive name for a place or thing; "the nickname for the U.S. Constitution is `Old Ironsides'"
  4. A nickname (also spelled "nick name") is a descriptive name given in place of or in addition to the official name of a person, place or thing. It can also be the familiar or truncated form of the proper name, which may sometimes be used simply for convenience (e.g. ...
  5. A familiar, invented given name for a person or thing used instead of the actual name of the person or thing; A kind of byname that describes a person by a characteristic of that person; To give a nickname to (a person or thing)
  6. (NICKNAMES) Empire State of the South; Peach State
  7. (Nicknames) "that dick with the helmet"
  8. (Nicknames) 'Gin(possibly with the addition with san or sama)', 'Junk', 'Psycho-doll
  9. (Nicknames) A humorous way of calling the numbers.
  10. (Nicknames) A nickname is a user's alternate email address. A nickname is not a username, and it is not a separate email account. Learn more.
  11. (Nicknames) Doxie (US), Dackel or Teckel (GER, FR), wiener dog/hotdog (US), sausage dog (UK/AUS), Teckel (NL), Worshond (S.A.), Jamnik (PL)
  12. (Nicknames) Jim is very clever in his use of nicknames, and once he has given a sports or entertainment figure one of these names, it usually sticks forever and then finds its way into mainstream media. ...
  13. (Nicknames) Lady Lex, Grey Ghost
  14. (Nicknames) Lulu, Louis, Luigi, Tavito, Luisito,
  15. (nicknames) Combination of two separate unclassified words assigned to represent a specific Special Access Program or portion thereof. [DSS] (see also access, classified)
  16. Nicknames are often used to distinguish between two or more people with the same given name. Names that are currently in fashion tend to be varied the most. Nicknames are informal forms of names, often made by abbreviating and adding a y. ...
  17. n. (of a package) one of possibly several names that can be used to refer to the package but that is not the primary name of the package.
  18. The name you will use to interact with people form basecamp.  Each person has to be setup under the “people” tab and given a nickname before you can interact with them using Mailmanagr
  19. (etymology) – an additional name given to a person. from eke-name
  20. The familiar form of a proper name. The wise company considers its products’ likely nicknames (e.g. Bud for Budweiser, T-bird for Thunderbird, and Sunny D for Sunny Delight).
  21. A short easy to remember name for a person who has a complicated Internet E-mail address. Nicknames are a feature found in many popular E-mail applications.
  22. The resource component of your Room JID. Most clients display this name in chat rooms rather than the Bare JID or Full JID.
  23. substitute for a given name that bears no relation to the given name (e.g.  Slim, Red, Buddy, Scooter, Pumpkin).
  24. "Proposed Super Fund Site 554"
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