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Explanation: Not sufficient background is given. The first translation is a good and traditional Chinese name. The second is an obvious nick name which follows the sound of the original, but reflects the meaning of the word "smudge" The second name could be translated back as meaning "traces apparently indicating that smudges were wiped away."
Francis Fine United States Local time: 12:48 Native speaker of: Chinese, English PRO pts in pair: 72
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