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tag noun

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ADJ. identity, name, price The baby had a plastic name tag on its ankle. Despite a price tag of £100,000, the car was sold in two days. | security | gift, luggage | ankle, ear, wrist

VERB + TAG attach, put I still have to put gift tags on all the presents.

PHRASES sth carries/has a price tag of £500/$10,000, etc. This designer suit carries a price tag of £2,000.

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VERB + TAG lose, shake off, shed The president made several jokes in an attempt to shake off his ‘humourless’ tag.