tag

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Pronunciation[change]

Noun[change]

Singular
tag

Plural
tags

A price tag
  1. (countable) A tag is a small label, mostly a price tag.
    Would you mind if I removed the price tag on your shirt?
  2. (uncountable) Tag is a game where children run around trying to touch each other and not to be touched.
    That was a great game of tag!
  3. (countable) (computers) In some computer languages, if you tag text, you put a code near it to identify it or to change the way it looks.
    The <title> tag in HTML is the page name.


Verb[change]

Plain form
tag

Third-person singular
tags

Past tense
tagged

Past participle
tagged

Present participle
tagging

  1. (transitive) If you tag something, you put a tag on it.
    We tagged the shirts so that we could find which one was which.