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Spanish translation of “tag”

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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