a strong cardboard suitable for tags or posters.
noun 1. a small rowboat usually towed astern of a larger vessel.
noun, Digital Technology. 1. a visual representation of user-generated electronic tags or keywords that classify and describe online content, typically an alphabetical list or a grouping of words in different font sizes, as to show relative frequency or provide links to further information: a tag cloud of the words used in the president’s speech. See […]
noun 1. a day on which contributions to a fund are solicited, each contributor receiving a tag.
noun 1. the last or final part of something: They came in at the tag end of the performance. 2. a random scrap, fragment, or remnant. noun 1. the last part of something: the tag end of the day 2. a loose end of cloth, thread, etc