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tag1 British & World English

A label attached to someone or something for the purpose of identification or to give other information

tag2 British & World English

A children’s game in which one chases the rest, and anyone who is caught then becomes the pursuer

tag English Thesaurus

a price tag

dog tag British & World English

A metal tag attached to a dog’s collar, typically giving its name and owner’s address

tag end British & World English

The last remaining part of something

price tag British & World English

A label showing the price of an item for sale

smart tag British & World English

An electronic tag with an embedded RFID device, attached to an object for the purposes of tracking or storing data relating to its use

tag cloud British & World English

A visual depiction of user-generated tags attached to online content, typically using colour and font size to represent the prominence or frequency of the tags depicted

tag line British & World English

A catchphrase or slogan, especially as used in advertising, or the punchline of a joke

tag sale British & World English

A sale of miscellaneous second-hand items

tag team British & World English

A pair of wrestlers who fight as a team, taking the ring alternately. One team member cannot enter the ring until the other tags or touches hands with them on leaving

tag question British & World English

A question converted from a statement by an appended interrogative formula, e.g. it’s nice out, isn’t it?

tag wrestling British & World English

A form of wrestling involving tag teams

telephone tag British & World English

A situation in which two people trying to communicate by telephone continually miss each other

identification tag British & World English

A tag worn by or attached to a person or thing that bears their name or other identifying details

geotag British & World English

An electronic tag that assigns a geographical location to a photograph or video, a posting on a social media website, etc.

ragtag British & World English

Untidy, disorganized, or incongruously varied in character

tagboard British & World English

A kind of sturdy cardboard used especially for making luggage labels and posters