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  • 1 nickname

    Англо-русский синонимический словарь > nickname

  • 2 nickname

    English-Russian military dictionary > nickname

  • 3 nickname

    Кличка, прозвище. До XIII в. прозвища иногда использовались вместо фамилий. Они не использовались в шутливом, осуждающем или презрительном значении, а являлись дополнительными именами, дающими добавочную характеристику человеку. В староанглийском они назывались ekenames. В единственном числе слово an ekename превратилось в a nickname.

    English-Russian dictionary of expressions > nickname

  • 4 nickname

    1. мнемоническое имя

     

    мнемоническое имя
    Имя, которое легко запоминается и отражает какие-либо особенности объекта, которому оно присвоено.
    [Л.М. Невдяев. Телекоммуникационные технологии. Англо-русский толковый словарь-справочник. Под редакцией Ю.М. Горностаева. Москва, 2002]

    Тематики

    • электросвязь, основные понятия

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    Англо-русский словарь нормативно-технической терминологии > nickname

  • 5 nickname

    'nikneim
    1. noun
    (an informal name given in affection, admiration, dislike etc: Wellington's nickname was `the Iron Duke'.) apodo

    2. verb
    (to give a nickname to: We nicknamed him `Foureyes' because he wore spectacles.) apodar
    nickname n apodo / mote
    tr['nɪkneɪm]
    1 apodo
    1 apodar
    he was nicknamed "Lanky' lo apodaron "Lanky"
    nickname ['nɪk.neɪm] vt, - named ; - naming : apodar
    : apodo m, mote m, sobrenombre m
    n.
    alias s.m.
    apellido s.m.
    apodo s.m.
    mote s.m.
    remoquete s.m.
    sobrenombre s.m.
    v.
    apodar v.
    motejar v.

    I 'nɪkneɪm
    noun apodo m, sobrenombre m; ( relating to personal characteristics) mote m

    II
    ['nɪkneɪm]
    1.
    N apodo m, mote m
    2.
    VT apodar, dar el apodo de
    * * *

    I ['nɪkneɪm]
    noun apodo m, sobrenombre m; ( relating to personal characteristics) mote m

    II

    English-spanish dictionary > nickname

  • 6 nickname

    1. noun
    Spitzname, der; (affectionate) Koseform, die
    2. transitive verb

    nickname somebody... — jemandem den Spitznamen... geben; jemanden... taufen

    * * *
    ['nikneim] 1. noun
    (an informal name given in affection, admiration, dislike etc: Wellington's nickname was `the Iron Duke'.) der Spitzname
    2. verb
    (to give a nickname to: We nicknamed him `Foureyes' because he wore spectacles.) einen Spitznamen geben
    * * *
    nick·name
    [ˈnɪkneɪm]
    I. n Spitzname m; affectionate Kosename m
    II. vt
    to \nickname sb/sth sth:
    the campsite has been \nicknamed ‘tent city’ by visiting reporters der Campingplatz wurde von besuchenden Reportern scherzhaft ‚Zeltstadt‘ genannt
    * * *
    ['nIkneɪm]
    1. n
    Spitzname m
    2. vt
    person betiteln, taufen (inf)

    they nicknamed him Baldysie gaben ihm den Spitznamen Glatzköpfchen

    Chicago is nicknamed the Windy CityChicago hat den Spitznamen Windy City

    * * *
    nickname [ˈnıkneım]
    A s
    1. Spitzname m
    2. Kosename m
    B v/t einen Spitznamen geben (dat):
    nickname sb … jemandem den Spitznamen … geben
    * * *
    1. noun
    Spitzname, der; (affectionate) Koseform, die
    2. transitive verb

    nickname somebody... — jemandem den Spitznamen... geben; jemanden... taufen

    * * *
    n.
    Beiname -n m.
    Spitzname m.

    English-german dictionary > nickname

  • 7 nickname

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    [English Word] nickname
    [English Plural] nicknames
    [Swahili Word] jina la dhihaka
    [Swahili Plural] majina ya dhihaka
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 5/6
    [Related Words] dhihaka
    ------------------------------------------------------------
    [English Word] nickname
    [English Plural] nicknames
    [Swahili Word] jina la kupanga
    [Swahili Plural] majina ya kupanga
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 5/6
    [Related Words] panga
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    [English Word] nickname
    [English Plural] nicknames
    [Swahili Word] msimbo
    [Swahili Plural] misimbo
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 3/4
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    [English Word] nickname
    [Swahili Word] sare
    [Swahili Plural] sare
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 9/10
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    [English Word] nickname
    [English Plural] nicknames
    [Swahili Word] jina la utani
    [Swahili Plural] majina ya utani
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 5/6
    [Related Words] utani
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    [English Word] nickname
    [Swahili Word] -panga jina
    [Part of Speech] verb
    ------------------------------------------------------------

    English-Swahili dictionary > nickname

  • 8 nickname

    I ['nɪkneɪm]
    nome soprannome m.
    II ['nɪkneɪm]
    verbo transitivo soprannominare
    * * *
    ['nikneim] 1. noun
    (an informal name given in affection, admiration, dislike etc: Wellington's nickname was `the Iron Duke'.) soprannome
    2. verb
    (to give a nickname to: We nicknamed him `Foureyes' because he wore spectacles.) soprannominare
    * * *
    nickname /ˈnɪkneɪm/
    n.
    1 nomignolo; soprannome
    2 vezzeggiativo; diminutivo
    3 ( Internet) nickname; soprannome; pseudonimo; nome alternativo.
    (to) nickname /ˈnɪkneɪm/
    v. t.
    soprannominare; dare un nomignolo a (q.).
    * * *
    I ['nɪkneɪm]
    nome soprannome m.
    II ['nɪkneɪm]
    verbo transitivo soprannominare

    English-Italian dictionary > nickname

  • 9 nickname

    ['nikneim] 1. noun
    (an informal name given in affection, admiration, dislike etc: Wellington's nickname was `the Iron Duke'.) kælenavn; øgenavn
    2. verb
    (to give a nickname to: We nicknamed him `Foureyes' because he wore spectacles.) give øgenavn
    * * *
    ['nikneim] 1. noun
    (an informal name given in affection, admiration, dislike etc: Wellington's nickname was `the Iron Duke'.) kælenavn; øgenavn
    2. verb
    (to give a nickname to: We nicknamed him `Foureyes' because he wore spectacles.) give øgenavn

    English-Danish dictionary > nickname

  • 10 nickname

    [ˈnɪkneɪm]
    nickname давать прозвище nickname вчт. мнемоническое имя nickname прозвище nickname уменьшительное имя

    English-Russian short dictionary > nickname

  • 11 nickname

    ˈnɪkneɪm
    1. сущ.
    1) уменьшительное имя
    2) прозвище, кличка official nickname ≈ официальное прозвище (дополнительное описательное название штата, тж. просто nickname;
    напр., New York - "Empire State", Michigan - "Great Lakes", Missouri - "Show Me State" и т.д.)
    2. гл.
    1) давать прозвище
    2) неверно называть прозвище уменьшительное имя давать прозвище - he was *d Shorty его прозвали Коротышкой называть уменьшительным именем называть неправильно, не так, как полагается nickname давать прозвище ~ вчт. мнемоническое имя ~ прозвище ~ уменьшительное имя

    Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь > nickname

  • 12 nickname

    csúfnév, becenév, gúnynév to nickname: becenéven szólít, becenevén szólít, gúnynevet ad
    * * *
    ['nikneim] 1. noun
    (an informal name given in affection, admiration, dislike etc: Wellington's nickname was `the Iron Duke'.) ragadványnév, gúnynév
    2. verb
    (to give a nickname to: We nicknamed him `Foureyes' because he wore spectacles.) gúnynevet ad vkinek

    English-Hungarian dictionary > nickname

  • 13 nickname

    ['nikneim] 1. noun
    (an informal name given in affection, admiration, dislike etc: Wellington's nickname was `the Iron Duke'.) viðurnefni
    2. verb
    (to give a nickname to: We nicknamed him `Foureyes' because he wore spectacles.) uppnefna

    English-Icelandic dictionary > nickname

  • 14 nickname

    nickname nick∙name noun • an informal, often humorous, name for a person that is connected with their real name, their personality or appearance, or with sth they have done • 绰号;诨名;外号 verb [VN-N] • [often passive] to give a nickname to sb / sth • 给…起绰号:
    »She was nicknamed ˈThe Ice Queenˈ.
    她外号叫"冰上王后"。
    * * *
    ['nikneim]
    n. 諢號, 綽號, 昵稱
    vt. 給...取綽號, 給...起渾名

    English-Chinese dictionary > nickname

  • 15 nickname

    ['nikneim] 1. noun
    (an informal name given in affection, admiration, dislike etc: Wellington's nickname was `the Iron Duke'.) alcunha
    2. verb
    (to give a nickname to: We nicknamed him `Foureyes' because he wore spectacles.) alcunhar
    * * *
    nick.name
    [n'ikneim] n alcunha, apelido. • vt alcunhar, apelidar.

    English-Portuguese dictionary > nickname

  • 16 nickname

    n. lakap, takma ad, rumuz
    ————————
    v. isim takmak, lakap takmak, ad takmak
    * * *
    1. takma ad 2. adlandır (v.) 3. lakap (n.)
    * * *
    ['nikneim] 1. noun
    (an informal name given in affection, admiration, dislike etc: Wellington's nickname was `the Iron Duke'.) takma ad, lâkap
    2. verb
    (to give a nickname to: We nicknamed him `Foureyes' because he wore spectacles.) ad takmak, lâkap takmak

    English-Turkish dictionary > nickname

  • 17 nickname

    ['nikneim] 1. noun
    (an informal name given in affection, admiration, dislike etc: Wellington's nickname was `the Iron Duke'.) vzdevek
    2. verb
    (to give a nickname to: We nicknamed him `Foureyes' because he wore spectacles.) dati vzdevek
    * * *
    [níkneim]
    1.
    noun
    vzdevek;
    2.
    transitive verb
    dati vzdevek

    English-Slovenian dictionary > nickname

  • 18 nickname

    • haukkumanimi
    • antaa lisänimi
    • lempinimi
    • lisänimi
    • liikanimi
    • pilkkanimi
    * * *
    'nikneim 1. noun
    (an informal name given in affection, admiration, dislike etc: Wellington's nickname was `the Iron Duke'.) lempinimi
    2. verb
    (to give a nickname to: We nicknamed him `Foureyes' because he wore spectacles.) antaa lempinimi/lisänimi

    English-Finnish dictionary > nickname

  • 19 nickname

    ['nɪkneɪm] 1. n
    przezwisko nt, przydomek m
    2. vt
    przezywać, nadawać przydomek +dat
    * * *
    ['nikneim] 1. noun
    (an informal name given in affection, admiration, dislike etc: Wellington's nickname was `the Iron Duke'.) przydomek
    2. verb
    (to give a nickname to: We nicknamed him `Foureyes' because he wore spectacles.) przezwać

    English-Polish dictionary > nickname

  • 20 nickname

    ['nikneim] 1. noun
    (an informal name given in affection, admiration, dislike etc: Wellington's nickname was `the Iron Duke'.) iesauka; palama
    2. verb
    (to give a nickname to: We nicknamed him `Foureyes' because he wore spectacles.) iesaukt; dot palamu
    * * *
    iesauka, palama; dot palamu, iesaukt

    English-Latvian dictionary > nickname

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  • nickname — ick name , n. [OE. ekename surname, hence, a nickname, an ekename being understood as a nekename, influenced also by E. nick, v. See {Eke}, and {Name}.] A name given in affectionate familiarity, sportive familiarity, contempt, or derision; a… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • nickname — ► NOUN ▪ a familiar or humorous name for a person or thing. ► VERB ▪ give a nickname to. ORIGIN from an eke name (eke meaning «addition»: see EKE(Cf. ↑eke)), misinterpreted (by wrong division) as a neke name …   English terms dictionary

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