Definition of 'label'
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Example sentences containing 'label'
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Don't think you can get away with some nasty imitation by hiding the label in that bucket! ULTIMATE PRIZES (2001)Even a dress from" - she looked at the label - `Saks Fifth Avenue. ANASTASIA KRUPNIK (3-IN-1) (2001)
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Translations for 'label'
British English: label /ˈleɪbl/ NOUN
A label is a piece of paper or plastic that is attached to an object in order to give information about it.
He peered at the label on the bottle.
- American English: label
- Arabic: مُلْصَقٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: etiqueta em roupas
- Chinese: 标签
- Croatian: etiketa
- Czech: štítek nálepka
- Danish: mærkat
- Dutch: label
- European Spanish: etiqueta
- Finnish: etiketti pullon tms.
- French: étiquette
- German: Etikett
- Greek: ετικέτα
- Italian: etichetta
- Japanese: ラベル
- Korean: 라벨
- Norwegian: etikett
- Polish: etykieta
- European Portuguese: etiqueta
- Romanian: etichetă
- Russian: ярлык
- Spanish: etiqueta
- Swedish: märke
- Thai: ป้าย
- Turkish: etiket fiyat vb
- Ukrainian: етикетка
- Vietnamese: nhãn mác
British English: label VERB
If something is labelled, a label is attached to it giving information about it.
The stuff has never been properly logged and labelled.
Definition of label from the Collins English Dictionary
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