Definition of 'badge'
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Example sentences containing 'badge'
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Foreign workers should be obliged to wear a distinguishing badge. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Why are coaching badges so expensive? Times, Sunday Times (2016) Wear this badge to let others know you're interested. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He plans to play for a while yet, do some media work and get his coaching badges. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I wear them as a badge of honour. The Sun (2016)It was perhaps regarded as a badge of honour not to promote British interests or broader ethical concerns through the aid budget. Times, Sunday Times (2017)He said:'The coaching badges are like a driving licence really. The Sun (2016)You're honouring the badge, the history of the club. Times, Sunday Times (2017)At some point in the future, when he has all the coaching badges, he will become their manager. The Sun (2017)I felt like I could walk in anywhere and just show a badge! The Sun (2016)They would soon think twice about nicking a blue badge space. The Sun (2012)He has begun his coaching badges but recently established his own business. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The two detectives then flashed police badges and used radios to call in a dozen uniformed officers. The Sun (2013)Women wear it like a badge of honour. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Having a name badge just makes us an easy target. The Sun (2007)Others saw it as a badge of honour. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Cops argued the old metal shoulder badges were easily knocked off. The Sun (2010)And just how many badges feature animals and birds. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Luck leads you to a place where people wear name badges. The Sun (2009)Organic food is a system to do with the environment rather than a quality badge. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He put his blue badge in his car window and marched off into the store. The Sun (2015)He advised him to do his coaching badges and will be comfortable with him being there. The Sun (2013)The owners of some of these period homes wear their low rating like a badge of pride. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It was a massive badge of honour. Times, Sunday Times (2014)But it is the loss of the blue badge that rankles most. The Sun (2008)It was the first affordable family hatch with a premium badge and the quality feel of an executive car. The Sun (2012)They wear name badges, have cameras round their necks and clutch shopping bags. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Depending upon how this season pans out, he may consider taking his coaching badges. Times, Sunday Times (2012)All the uniforms had Metropolitan police badges sewn onto them. Times, Sunday Times (2010)His body lay undiscovered for 83 YEARS until a group out metal detecting found his cap badges and buttons. The Sun (2011)The trouble is that many of those sending him money appear to be doing little more than buying a campaign badge, called buttons in America. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Translations for 'badge'
British English: badge /bædʒ/ NOUN
A badge is a small piece of metal or cloth showing a design or words, which you attach to your clothes.
...a police officer's badge.
- American English: badge
- Arabic: شارَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: distintivo
- Chinese: 徽章
- Croatian: značka
- Czech: odznak
- Danish: skilt
- Dutch: badge
- European Spanish: chapa
- Finnish: virkamerkki
- French: insigne
- German: Abzeichen
- Greek: αναγνωριστικό σήμα αντικείμενο
- Italian: distintivo contrassegno
- Japanese: バッジ
- Korean: 배지 핀
- Norwegian: skilt
- Polish: odznaka
- European Portuguese: distintivo
- Romanian: insignă
- Russian: значок
- Spanish: insignia
- Swedish: märke
- Thai: เข็มเครื่องหมาย
- Turkish: kimlik kartı
- Ukrainian: значок
- Vietnamese: huy hiệu
Definition of badge from the Collins English Dictionary
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