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「Namecalled」の類語とその違い

Q: namecalled と labelled はどう違いますか?
A: To "name-call" someone or "call someone a name" means a one time thing. It could happen every day, but it isn't always the same name. To call someone names just means to tease them.
To "label" someone is to give them a name or title that stays with them and is usually unfair or intended to be mean.
At school, name-calling happens every day. Bullies are always calling other children names.
At school I was labelled a "study queen" because I was studying all the time, and everyone called me that. I hated that label.

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