a small piece of paper, plastic etc attached to something to show what it is, who owns it, what it costs etc
small piece of paper etc[countable]D
name/identity/price tag➔ dog tag
All the staff wore name tags.
a children's game in which one player chases and tries to touch the others
a piece of equipment that you attach to an animal or person, especially someone who has just left prison, so that you always know where they are
electronic objectalso electronic tag [countable] British English
a computer code attached to a word or phrase in a computer document in order to arrange the data in a particular way
a word or phrase which is used to describe a person, group, or thing, but which is often unfair or not correct:
His speed earned him the tag of 'the runner'.
a tag question
someone's name that they paint illegally on a wall, vehicle etc
name painted on wall[countable] informal especially American English
a) [plural] informal
the license plates on a car
a small piece of sticky plastic with a date on it that you put on your car's license plate to show that the car is legally allowed on the road in that year