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tag

verb [T]
 
 
/tæɡ/ (-gg-)
to put a tag on something: The legal staff are being required to print, tag and collate the documents themselves. Ranch hands will tag and track these cattle throughout the two years before they reach the packing plant.tag sth with sth Each item is tagged with a price and where to buy it.
IT to mark electronic data with a series of letters or numbers: tag sth with sth Each download is tagged with an icon that identifies the type of file.
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