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badge

noun [C]
 
 
/bædʒ/
NAME B2 a piece of plastic, metal, etc which you wear on your clothes showing your name or the organization you work for
карточка на одежде с именем человека и названием организации, где он работает
Specific signs and symbolsSigns, signals and symbols
DECORATION UK ( US button) B2 a piece of plastic, metal, etc with words or pictures on it that you wear on your clothes for decoration
значок
Jewellery
Translations of “badge”
in Arabic شارة…
in Korean 배지…
in Malaysian lencana…
in French insigne…
in Turkish isimlik, isim etiketi, rozet…
in Italian distintivo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 徽章, 獎章, 證章…
in Polish identyfikator, odznaka, plakietka…
in Vietnamese huy hiệu…
in Spanish insignia, distintivo…
in Portuguese distintivo, insígnia, crachá…
in Thai เครื่องหมาย…
in German das Abzeichen…
in Catalan insígnia, xapa…
in Japanese (服などにつける)バッジ…
in Indonesian lencana…
in Chinese (Simplified) 徽章, 像章, 奖章…
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