a children’s game in which one player chases the others in an effort to touch one of them, who then takes the role of pursuer.
Baseball. an act or instance of tagging a base runner.
verb (used with object), tagged, tagging.
to touch in or as if in the game of tag.
to touch (a base runner) with the ball held in the hand or glove.
to hit (a pitched ball) solidly.
to make a number of hits or runs as specified in batting against (a pitcher):
They tagged him for two hits in the first and three hits and two runs in the third.
Boxing. to strike (an opponent) with a powerful blow.
tag up, Baseball. (of a base runner) to touch the base occupied before attempting to advance a base, after the catch of a fly ball:
He tagged up and scored from third on a long fly to center.
a piece or strip of paper, plastic, leather, etc, for attaching to something by one end as a mark or label: a price tag
Also called electronic tag. an electronic device worn, usually on the wrist or ankle, by an offender serving a noncustodial sentence, which monitors the offender’s whereabouts by means of a link to a central computer through the telephone system
a small piece of material hanging from or loosely attached to a part or piece
a point of metal or other hard substance at the end of a cord, lace, etc, to prevent it from fraying and to facilitate threading
an epithet or verbal appendage, the refrain of a song, the moral of a fable, etc
a brief quotation, esp one in a foreign language: his speech was interlarded with Horatian tags
Also called tag question. a clause added on to another clause to invite the hearer’s agreement or conversational cooperation. Tags are usually in the form of a question with a pronoun as subject, the antecedent of which is the subject of the main clause; as isn’t it in the bread is on the table, isn’t it?
a linguistic item added on to a sentence but not forming part of it, as John in are you there, John?
an ornamental flourish as at the end of a signature
the contrastingly coloured tip to an animal’s tail
a matted lock of wool or hair
(angling) a strand of tinsel, wire, etc, tied to the body of an artificial fly
(slang) a graffito consisting of a nickname or personal symbol
verb (mainly transitive) tags, tagging, tagged
to mark with a tag
to monitor the whereabouts of (an offender) by means of an electronic tag
to add or append as a tag
to supply (prose or blank verse) with rhymes
(intransitive; usually foll by on or along) to trail (behind): many small boys tagged on behind the procession
to name or call (someone something): they tagged him Lanky
to cut the tags of wool or hair from (an animal)
(slang) to paint one’s tag on (a building, wall, etc)
Also called tig. a children’s game in which one player chases the others in an attempt to catch one of them who will then become the chaser
the act of tagging one’s partner in tag wrestling
(modifier) denoting or relating to a wrestling contest between two teams of two wrestlers, in which only one from each team may be in the ring at one time. The contestant outside the ring may change places with his team-mate inside the ring after touching his hand
verb (transitive) tags, tagging, tagged
to catch (another child) in the game of tag
(in tag wrestling) to touch the hand of (one’s partner)
A strip of leather, paper, metal, or plastic attached to something or hung from a wearer’s neck to identify, classify, or label.
A small outgrowth or polyp.
v. tagged, tag·ging, tags
To label, identify, or recognize with or as if with a tag.
To incorporate into a compound a readily detected substance making the compound detectable so that its metabolic or chemical history may be followed.
A sequence of characters in a markup language used to provide information, such as formatting specifications, about a document. Tags are enclosed in a pair of angle brackets that indicate to the browser how the text is to be displayed.
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noun 1. a river in SW Europe, flowing W through central Spain and Portugal to the Atlantic at Lisbon. 566 miles (910 km) long. noun 1. a river in SW Europe, rising in E central Spain and flowing west to the border with Portugal, then southwest to the Atlantic at Lisbon: the longest river of […]
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=Tahpanhes=Tehaphnehes, (called “Daphne” by the Greeks, now Tell Defenneh), an ancient Egyptian city, on the Tanitic branch of the Nile, about 16 miles from Pelusium. The Jews from Jerusalem fled to this place after the death of Gedaliah (q.v.), and settled there for a time (Jer. 2:16; 43:7; 44:1; 46:14). A platform of brick-work, which […]
noun, Middle Eastern Cookery. 1. a paste made of ground sesame seeds. noun 1. a paste made from sesame seeds originating in the Middle East, often used as an ingredient of hummus and other dips