Synonyms of 'label'
a piece of card or other material attached to an object to show its contents, ownership, use, or destinationHe peered at the label on the bottle.
a brief descriptive term given to a person, group, or school of thoughtHer concerts earned the label of the greatest performer on earth.
to attach a label toThe produce was labelled `Made in China'.
to describe or classify in a word or phraseToo often the press are labelled as irresponsible.
The owner couldn't be bothered to brand the cattle.
Rocks can be classified according to their mode of origin.
Even his allies describe him as forceful, aggressive and determined.
I would class my garden as being medium in size.
They called their daughter Mischa.
My mother insisted on naming me Horace.
I tried to identify her perfume.
How exactly do you define reasonable behaviour?
I live in Exmoor, which is designated as a national park.
This election campaign has been characterized by violence.
I don't want to be pigeonholed as a kids' presenter.
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in the sense of call
to nameThey called their daughter Mischa.
in the sense of characterize
to be a characteristic ofThis election campaign has been characterized by violence.
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