One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A tag worn by or attached to a person or thing that bears their name or other identifying details.‘get an identification tag for your dog's collar’
- ‘Do keep identification tags updated in the event your dog runs away.’
- ‘I accompanied Joseph's body to the morgue at the District Hospital, Carlow where I placed identification tags on his wrists and ankle.’
- ‘They follow us home from the library via a radio-frequency identification tag.’
- ‘Their bags and personal items were moved from the patient bus to the baggage storage area, often without identification tags.’
- ‘Others use cat collars to hold identification tags in case the animal gets lost.’
- ‘After recording the physical aspects of the visiting birds, identification tags are attached to the birds to facilitate future observation.’
- ‘Retailers are excited about radio-frequency identification tags (RFID), which many are studying as a way to track inventory.’
- ‘Although the tags cost £3 each they can double as a secondary livestock identification tag, he suggested.’
- ‘Although identification tags are mandatory, contractor uniforms are optional.’
- ‘Diabetic identification tags or bracelets should be worn.’
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