badgenoun [C]uk us /bædʒ/
- The birthday girl was wearing a badge with a nine on it.
- He sewed the badge neatly onto his uniform.
- New security measures require all visitors to sign in at reception and wear a visitor's badge.
- She has all sorts of different badges pinned to her school bag.
- You have to show your parking badge on the windscreen of your car, or they'll tow your car away.