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code-name

(kōd′nām′)
tr.v. code-named, code-nam·ing, code-names
To assign a code name to.
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Translations

code-name

[ˈkəʊdneɪm] VTdar nombre en clave a
the operation was code-named Albertla operación tuvo el nombre en clave de Albert
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