Definition of 'tag'
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Everything comes displayed with a price tag. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They want volunteers to wear tags to make sure they work. The Sun (2016)Not for the ability which was to earn him the tag as one of the best holding midfielders of his generation. The Sun (2016)It was found to have charged the government for putting electronic tags on dead or non-existent prisoners. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The group is reportedly up for sale with a price tag of more than 600m. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I ended up at the festival in my navy pencil skirt and name tag! The Sun (2016)PRISON chiefs are asking officers to test electronic tags to check they are comfortable enough for criminals. The Sun (2016)Neither Electronic tagging or free-range parenting? Times, Sunday Times (2017)Neither of these two invisible groups wear name tags. Christianity Today (2000)They were also fitted with wing tags. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It tastes as good as the big brands but without the hefty price tags. The Sun (2010) Hospital tags from when they were born. The Sun (2014)Pour into watch moulds and attach the tea tags. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Once the system knows your gamer tag it is fully automatic. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They will wear electronic ankle tags and be subject to curfews. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The behaviour was observed by a boat crew and recorded using tagging devices. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The implicit challenge of the tag line is brilliant. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The price tag is still extremely steep. The Sun (2009)That includes his own joke that he could have done with an electronic tag at one point. Times, Sunday Times (2016)When the price tag was removed most preferred the cheapest one. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Maybe we should have worn name tags. The Sun (2009)The security firm charged for tagging criminals who did not have tags fitted. The Sun (2013)It also accounts for the hefty price tags. Times, Sunday Times (2006)He still wears the electronic tag imposed as part of his bail conditions. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Items such as bags of sugar or rice have layers of price tags stuck one on top of another. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Where else can you watch a brawl between lions or a game of tag between a monkey and a dog? The Sun (2012)The offenders know that near the end of their tagging terms they can ignore the curfews because court proceedings are rarely pursued. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Not one individual justifies the world-class tag. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The tag claims'It ends here'. The Sun (2015)
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British English: tag /tæɡ/ NOUN
A tag is a small piece of card or cloth which is attached to an object and has information about that object on it.
The jackets still had their price tags attached.
- American English: tag
- Arabic: بِطَاقَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: etiqueta para identificação
- Chinese: 标签
- Croatian: oznaka
- Czech: visačka
- Danish: mærke
- Dutch: etiket
- European Spanish: etiqueta
- Finnish: lappu hintalappu ym.
- French: étiquette
- German: Schild
- Greek: ταμπέλα
- Italian: etichetta
- Japanese: 付け札
- Korean: 꼬리표
- Norwegian: merkelapp
- Polish: metka
- European Portuguese: etiqueta
- Romanian: etichetă
- Russian: ярлык
- Spanish: etiqueta
- Swedish: etikett märke
- Thai: แถบป้ายบอกข้อมูล
- Turkish: etiket bilişim
- Ukrainian: етикетка
- Vietnamese: nhãn hàng
British English: tag VERB
If you tag something, you attach something to it or mark it so that it can be identified later.
He has developed interesting ways of tagging chemical molecules using lasers.
Definition of tag from the Collins English Dictionary
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