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Translation of "tag" - English-Spanish dictionary

tag

noun /tӕɡ/
a label etiqueta a price tag a name tag.
a saying or quotation that is often repeated cita; coletilla, muletilla a well-known Latin tag.
something small that is added on or attached cabo a question tag such as ’isn’t it?’
a children’s game in which one player chases the others and tries to touch one of them corre que te pillo The kids are playing tag.
tag along phrasal verb ( often with behind, or with)
to follow or go (with someone), often when one is not wanted pegar(se) a alguien We never get away from him – everywhere we go, he insists on tagging along (with us)!
tag on phrasal verb
( usually with ator to) to attach (something) to something añadir These comments weren’t part of his speech – he just tagged them on at the end.
to follow (someone) closely ir pisando los talones a alguien, seguir de cerca, ir pegado a alguien The child always tags on to his elder brother.
(Definition of tag from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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