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badge

noun [C]     /bædʒ/
a small piece of metal, plastic, cloth, etc., with words or a picture on it, that is pinned or sewn to your clothing, often to show your support for a political organization or belief, or your rank, or membership of a group, 徽章;獎章;證章;紀念章 Everyone at the conference wore a badge with their name on. 出席會議的人都戴著寫有自己名字的徽章。 JewellerySpecific signs and symbolsSigns, signals and symbols
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