- 1 1.1 (flap)Example sentences1.2 (label — for indexing) 1.3 (on uniform)
(British English) (Military)Example sentences
- The shopkeeper undid the clasp binding the date book closed and heaved it open, revealing a binder with unusually long pages and alphabetical identification tabs protruding from the edges.
- Young children love to join in, so look for books with flaps, tabs, pop-ups, peep-holes, textures to feel and questions to answer.
- As soon as she got to the identification tab, she began to laugh.
- According green tabs to military police leaders commanding such units as divisional MP platoons or squads in combat support companies in itself does not make military police a combat arm.
- I looked at his rank tabs through the binoculars, and, having convinced myself that he wasn't an officer, gave him the bird as he passed.
- Only then will they be awarded the coveted Green Beret and Special Forces tab, signifying that they are fully prepared to join the brotherhood of Special Forces warriors.
- 2 (account, bill) [colloquial] I always run a tab of my ownhe had run up a tab at the clubsiempre llevo mi propia cuentato keep tab(s) o (in British English also) a tab on something/somebodyare you keeping tabs on what we spend?se le había ido acumulando una cuenta en el clubwe'll have to keep tabs on them¿vas llevando la cuenta de lo que gastamos?to pick up the tab [colloquial]tendremos que vigilarloscorrer con los gastosExample sentences
- Forget about the hefty bar tabs and the dinner bills: talk or chat the night away, and when the time is right, you can personally meet each other and have the time of your lives.
- He pulled out his wallet and fished out a five-dollar bill for his tab.
- But experts report that discount-happy diners are clipping coupons and scouting for values to lower their restaurant tabs.
- Unmoved by a chorus of anguished cries, the Biltmore crew calmly rounded up the glasses, tallied the tabs and shrugged off entreaties for special dispensation.
- With a soft shake of his head at her obvious sadness, he turned to the register to tally up the tabs for the night and turn them in to the office.
- I ordered a Canadian to start my tab and took my place at the bar with a few friends.
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