Related (5): labeling, labeled, labels, labeler, labelers
[labelers] ✕ Play
- noun form of label
[ˈlābəl] ✕ Play
label (noun) · labels (plural noun)
- a small piece of paper, fabric, plastic, or similar material attached to an object and giving information about it:
- a piece of fabric sewn inside a garment and bearing the brand name, size, or instructions for care:
- the piece of paper in the center of a record giving the artist and title.
- a company that produces recorded music:
- the name or trademark of a fashion company:
- a classifying phrase or name applied to a person or thing, especially one that is inaccurate or restrictive:
- (in a dictionary entry) a word or words used to specify the subject area, register, or geographical origin of the word being defined:
- a string of characters used to refer to a particular instruction in a program.
- a radioactive isotope, fluorescent dye, or enzyme used to make something identifiable for study:
- a narrow horizontal strip, typically with three downward projections, that is superimposed on a coat of arms by an eldest son during the life of his father.
- another term for dripstone
- attach a label to (something):
- assign to a category, especially inaccurately or restrictively: