Last week, New Zealand officials released a list of baby names put forward by parents that were rejected because they were too bizarre or offensive, including "Lucifer" and "Mafia No Fear".
例：She put forward a good idea for solving the energy-saving problem.她提出了一个解决节能问题的好主意。
例：His bizarre behavior attracted our attention.他怪异的行为吸引了我们的注意力。
The list of 77 names reveals one child was set to be called "Anal" before the government vetoed the proposal, while another narrowly avoided being called "." or full stop.
1.be set to将(做某事)；很可能(做某事)
例：We are set to arrive at 10 o’clock.我们将于10点到达。
例：Plans for the dam have been vetoed by the Environmental Protection Agency.修建大坝的计划被环保局否决了。
In some cases, parents seemed to have no interest in coming up with a moniker for their children. They wanted to call the latest addition to the family simply "2nd", "3rd" or "5th".
1.come up with想出
例：I hope you can come up with a better plan than this.我希望你能提出比这更好的计划来。
3.the latest addition to the family家庭新成员
In 2008, New Zealand Family Court ordered that a nine-year-old girl whose parents had called her "Talula Does The Hula From Hawaii" should have her name changed because it was embarrassing and "made a fool of the child".
make a fool of sb.使某人出丑
例：Can’t you see she’s making a fool of you?她在戏弄你，你看不出来吗？