Definition of '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)
Father Damien took the bottle in his hand and examined the label. THE LAST REPORT ON THE MIRACLES AT LITTLE NO HORSE: A NOVEL (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.
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