n.) Any slight appendage, as to an article of dress; something slight hanging loosely; specifically, a direction card, or label. *&&*v. t.) To join; to fasten; to attach. *&&*v.) A child’s play in which one runs after and touches another, and then runs away to avoid being touched.
He glanced at her name tag.
We used to play games like tag.
A tag was attached to each article.
He pinned the name tag on his jacket.
Could you take off the price tag for me?
She peered at the tag to read the price.
Do you mind if I tag along with you tonight?
The baby had a plastic name tag on its ankle.
I got a shock when I looked at the price tag.
If you’re going to the park, do you mind if I tag along?
Tag the bottles now or we’ll forget which is which.
My little brother always wants tag along when my friends and I go to the mall.
The price tag says $100 and you charged me for $120; how do you explain the discrepancy?
She gives these parties and her poor hushand has to tag along.
I let him tag along because he had not been too well recently.
Ballpark estimates indicate a price tag of $90 million a month.
He planned to tag old articles together to make a book.
It’s difficult to put a price tag on such a project .
The price tag would be an absurd $ 10 billion.