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  1. tag

    • IPA[taɡ]

    英式

    • n.
      a label attached to someone or something for the purpose of identification or to give other information;an electronic device that can be attached to someone or something for monitoring purposes, e.g. to track offenders under house arrest or to deter shoplifters.
    • v.
      attach a label to;attach a monitoring tag to
    • verb: tag, 3rd person present: tags, gerund or present participle: tagging, past tense: tagged, past participle: tagged

    • noun: tag, plural noun: tags

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    名詞

    • 1. a label attached to someone or something for the purpose of identification or to give other information he gave his pet a collar with a metal name tag he took off his identity tag and inserted it into a machine 同義詞 label, ticket, badge, mark, marker, ... 更多
    • an electronic device that can be attached to someone or something for monitoring purposes, e.g. to track offenders under house arrest or to deter shoplifters.
    • a nickname or description popularly given to someone or something he lived up to his tag as the team's saviour 同義詞 designation, denomination, label, description, characterization, ... 更多
    • informal a nickname or other identifying mark written as the signature of a graffiti artist scrawled felt-tip tags on city walls
    • an instruction appended to a piece of text in a markup language in order to specify how it is displayed or interpreted.
    • a word, phrase, or name used to identify digital content such as blog and social media posts as belonging to a particular category or concerning a particular person or topic you can easily add tags to photos en masse
    • US the licence plate of a motor vehicle the car had Texas tags
    • 2. a small piece or part that is attached to a main body.
    • a ragged lock of wool on a sheep.
    • the tip of an animal's tail when it is distinctively coloured.
    • a loose or spare end of something; a leftover I have a few tags of second-hand equipment
    • a metal or plastic point at the end of a shoelace that stiffens it, making it easier to insert through an eyelet.
    • 3. a frequently repeated quotation or stock phrase his writing is full of tags from the Bible and Shakespeare 同義詞 quotation, stock phrase, platitude, cliché, epithet, ... 更多
    • (in drama) a closing speech addressed to the audience.
    • a refrain or musical phrase in a song or piece of music.
    • a short phrase or clause added to an already complete sentence, as in I like it, I do.

    動詞

    • n.
      the action of attaching a label to someone or something: the tagging of birds with official numbered metal bands

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      the action of attaching a label to someone or something: the tagging of birds with official numbered metal bands

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a label showing the price of an item for sale.

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a metal tag attached to a dog's collar, typically giving its name and owner's address: try to call the dog's owner, whose number is on the back of the dog tag

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      the label on an item for sale, showing its price.

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      a pair of wrestlers who fight as a team, taking the ring alternately. One team member cannot ...

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    • IPA[taɡ]

    美式

    • n.
      a label attached to someone or something for the purpose of identification or to give other ... he gave his pet a collar with a metal name tag he took off his identity tag and inserted it into a machine
    • v.
      attach a label to: the bears were tagged and released

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • IPA[taɡ]

    美式

    • n.
      a children's game in which one child chases the others and anyone who is touched then ... we began to play tag under the water
    • v.
      touch (someone being chased) in a game of tag.

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    英式

    • n.
      a children's game in which one child chases the others and anyone who is caught then ... we began to play tag under the water
    • v.
      touch (someone being chased) in a game of tag.

    Oxford Dictionary