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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- noun: A strip of leather, paper, metal, or plastic attached to something or hung from a wearer's neck to identify, classify, or label: sale tags on all coats and dresses.
- noun: The plastic or metal tip at the end of a shoelace.
- noun: The contrastingly colored tip of an animal's tail.
- noun: Sports A bright piece of feather, floss, or tinsel surrounding the shank of the hook on a fishing fly.
- noun: A dirty, matted lock of wool.
- noun: A loose lock of hair.
- noun: A rag; a tatter.
- noun: A small, loose fragment: I heard only tags and snippets of what was being said.
- noun: An ornamental flourish, especially at the end of a signature.
- noun: A designation or an epithet, especially an unwelcome one: He did not take kindly to the tag of pauper.
- noun: A brief quotation used in a discourse to give it an air of erudition or authority: Shakespearean tags.
- noun: A cliché, saw, or similar short, conventional idea used to embellish a discourse: These tags of wit and wisdom bore me.
- noun: The refrain or last lines of a song or poem.
- noun: The closing lines of a speech in a play; a cue.
- noun: Computer Science A label assigned to identify data in memory.
- noun: Computer Science A sequence of characters in a markup language used to provide information, such as formatting specifications, about a document.
- noun: Slang A graffito featuring a word or words, especially the author's name, rather than a picture: "Instead of a cursive linear tag, Super Kool painted his name along the exterior of a subway car in huge block pink and yellow letters” ( Eric Scigliano).
- verb-transitive: To label, identify, or recognize with or as if with a tag: I tagged him as a loser. See Synonyms at
- verb-transitive: To put a ticket on (a motor vehicle) for a traffic or parking violation.
- verb-transitive: To charge with a crime: The suspect was tagged for arson.
- verb-transitive: To add as an appendage to: tagged an extra paragraph on the letter.
- verb-transitive: To follow closely: Excited children tagged the circus parade to the end of its route.
- verb-transitive: To cut the tags from (sheep).
- verb-transitive: To add a taggant to: explosives that were tagged with coded microscopic bits of plastic.
- verb-transitive: To mark or vandalize (a surface) with graffiti: tagged the subway walls.
- verb-intransitive: To follow after; accompany: tagged after me everywhere; insisted on tagging along.
- noun: Games A children's game in which one player pursues the others until he or she is able to touch one of them, who then in turn becomes the pursuer.
- noun: Baseball The act of putting out a base runner who is not on a base by touching that player with the ball.
- noun: Sports The act of touching a player as a substitute for tackling in touch football.
- verb-transitive: To touch (another player) in the game of tag.
- verb-transitive: Baseball To touch (a base runner) with the ball in order to put that player out.
- verb-transitive: Sports To touch (the runner) as a substitute for tackling in touch football.
- phrasal-verb: tag up Baseball To return to and touch a base with one foot before running to the next base after a fielder has caught a fly ball.