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badge
American English: /bædʒ/
British English: /badʒ/

Translation of badge in Spanish:

noun

  • (pin-on) policeman's badge (in US)
    placa (feminine) or chapa (feminine) de policía
    a badge of success
    un símbolo or una señal de éxito
    Example sentences
    • All our wardens carry name badges and will always identify themselves when they approach a member of the public.
    • A tall blonde woman appeared at the end of the bed with a name badge that had the word ‘consultant’ on it.
    • They wore brass-colored plastic name badges on their chests opposite their shirts' emblems.

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