Hay 2 traducciones principales de tag en Español

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tag1

etiqueta, n.

Pronunciación /tæɡ/ /taɡ/

Ver definición en Español de etiqueta

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    (label)
    (atada) etiqueta femenino
    name tag etiqueta de identificación
    • While you're untying, remove any labels or tags that are still attached.
    • Three groups of 20 calves found with suspect identifications or without tags over the past three days are the focus of the investigation.
    • He reached into the box and held up a braided metal necklace with a tag attached to it.
    • Use inexpensive white office labels as gift tags.
    • It fits around your dog's neck and carries its identification and inoculation tags.
    • Each pot was labeled with a galvanized tag and watered daily.
    • An identification tag is your pet's best protection if you and your pet become separated.
    • He noticed he was an intern at the hospital by his scrubs and the tag on his shirt labeling him as such.
    • The gang is targeting pedigree dogs who have tags with their name and telephone numbers.
    • Ethan, the class ‘eccentric,’ decided to cut all the labels and tags from his clothing and sew them onto a T-shirt.
    • Your agent will probably be able to help with the relevant safety certificates, and checking the furnishings is a case of looking for the relevant labels and tags.
    • All pets should have collars and tags with easily visible identification.
    • Today she was sorting the spices cabinet in alphabetical order, having run out of labels and tags to cut off things.
    • This means six thousand faces must be photographed and six thousand identification tags created.
    • She cleared her throat and leaned forward slightly peering at the name tag attached to his bright orange monitor vest.
    • There have been complaints from the public about some metro police officers not having name tags identifying them.
    • Everyone who came wore a name tag indicating one thing they wanted to swap.
    • He wore a plastic tag around his neck identifying him as an employee of a company called Dyncorp.
    • The specimens were not permanently marked, but instead bore paper tags attached with string loops.
    • You notice this is the same man who appeared when you wantonly ripped the tag off the mattress.
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    (on shoelace)
    herrete masculino
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    Informática
    etiqueta femenino
    • HTML was invented with the specific purpose of providing a universal set of tags for displaying of information.
    • As anyone with a collection of songs on their computer knows, the information contained in the information tags isn't always perfect.
    • While you're rewriting your title and description tags, don't forget the keywords meta tag.
    • In XML, the tags describe the structure and the meaning of the data.
    • The XML tags describe the content, unlike HTML, which presents and formats information.
  • 4also tag phrase

    Lingüística
    (expression)
    muletilla femenino
    latiguillo masculino
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    Automóviles
    matrícula femenino América Latina
    placa femenino
    patente femenino Cono Sur
    chapa femenino Río de la Plata
    • In this case, the defendant was driving a car with stolen tags and the license plate light out.
    • She drove more slowly now, careful to look in the parked cars for anyone who might be watching, checking the tags for a government plate.
    • Tail numbers, which start with the letter ‘N’ are to aircraft what license tags are to automobiles.
    • It's important for a dealer to be service oriented, helping buyers get vehicle tags and sign up for car insurance.
    • He was also charged with hunting without a valid licence and with using licence tags belonging to his wife, and a juvenile.
    • As it turned out I could read the licence tags at the specified distance.
    • A single person also has what Paul calls worldly responsibilities - paying bills, getting the car tag, going to work.
    • And for extra security, I exchanged the tags on Pearson's car for those of an identical vehicle parked in the long term stay at Miami airport.
    • But somehow after the holiday there were a lot of things that I needed to get sorted, bills to pay, my car's licence tag to renew, emails to read and reply to… so very little got done.
    • If you do, they'll know it somehow, and it would be wise to keep an eye out for big guys with shaved heads wearing trench coats and driving big black cars with Georgia tags.

verbo transitivo tagging, tagged, tagged

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    (label)
    (article/item) etiquetar
    (article/item) ponerle una etiqueta a
    Informática codificar
    (criminal) controlar por medios electrónicos
    she was tagged the Iron Lady se le puso el apodo de Dama de Hierro
    • Audio could be tagged, but not downloaded easily.
    • The S-bit is applied to code that needs to be secure, and a separate portion of an ARM processor monitors and identifies data tagged with an S-bit.
    • If tagging works well for VoIP then expect the same for video and audio, too.
    • When a file is downloaded to a user's player, it will be tagged in such a way that other players would then refuse to play it.
    • My apologies for not html tagging this, but, well, I dunno how.
    • I was amazed by the Green Party members during question time today when they were complaining about the Minister of Conservation tagging dolphins with an electronic tag that was to be picked up by satellite.
    • She will be electronically tagged for the first six months, to stop her leaving her home between 8pm and 6pm on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights.
    • Hardcore teenage criminals will be electronically tagged or subjected to intensive surveillance under a tough new penalty being launched in South Yorkshire today.
    • It used to be just criminals and pet dogs that were tagged electronically, but today children are the latest target for location-tracking technology.
    • Parents who refuse to allow former partners contact with their children could be electronically tagged under plans being considered by ministers.
    • Young criminals in Bradford could face being electronically tagged under a new £9 million scheme.
    • He will be electronically tagged and was given a supervision order for six months.
    • Within weeks a family of four will be electronically tagged and moved in to the house as part of an experiment to see how they react to the innovative features that house-builders believe the modern lifestyle demands.
    • Persistent young offenders in York and North Yorkshire could be electronically tagged in a scheme to cut youth crime.
    • An average of 600 offenders are being electronically tagged each month compared to about 400 last year, the Home Office said yesterday.
    • UK asylum seekers are to be electronically tagged as part of plans to introduce tougher immigration controls announced by the Home Office yesterday.
    • Cars could be electronically tagged in a bid to pinpoint the county's worst traffic jam hot spots.
    • Those categorised in this way and who have served their punishment could then be electronically tagged upon their release, so their movements can be monitored.
    • Prior to the challenge test, the fish were kept under standard environmental conditions and individually tagged with passive integrated transponder tags.
    • He will be electronically tagged and was given a supervision order for six months.
    • Asylum seekers also face being electronically tagged to ease the pressure on detention centres.
    • Most other countries in the EU had their sheep tagged years ago.
    • They say the rule that requires every lamb to be individually tagged shows how little the bureaucrats understand about farming.
    • In addition traceability was extended to the sheep sector with the introduction of individual sheep tagging.
    • Thousands of offenders will be tagged on their release from jail under plans being considered by ministers to reduce reoffending rates.
    • The bear was tagged before it was released, to show that it had been causing trouble.
    • Then there was the long task of unpacking, labeling, tagging, and re-packing every single can of pickles.
    • About four days before, Rose had left her larger suitcases, tagged and labeled with her name, waiting out on her front porch to be picked up and transported to camp ahead of her.
    • Since the start of this project in 2003, four loggerheads have been tagged, fitted with transmitters, and released.
    • Instead of killing the fish and thus depleting the ecosystem, fishermen can tag and release them.
    • They will tag and release the fish, and this gives you an opportunity to get a photo or two.
    • When staff pick up the nets, they note how many fish of each species are collected in which net webbing, measure each fish and tag and release some of those taken alive.
    • Tires, which are tagged individually and often rolled off trucks, present a host of challenges.
    • This leaves 135 live animals that were neither tagged nor photographed.
    • Each item must be tagged with the name and address of the passenger.
    • The trees will be tagged with the concerned person's name or after the person in whose name it is bought and people can actually visit their trees.
    • Since 1975, all outstanding trees and shrubs have been tagged and their common and Latin names recorded.
    • Long rows of empty boots stretched across the plaza at the south end of the park, each pair tagged with the name of a fallen soldier.
    • In addition, many gift items in the Gallery are tagged with a short note describing the origin of the maker.
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    Informática
    etiquetar

Hay 2 traducciones principales de tag en Español

: tag1tag2

tag2

Pronunciación /tæɡ/ /taɡ/

nombre

Juegos
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    to play tag jugar al corre que te pillo
    • Speed frequently determines who is safe or out, who is caught during games of tag, or who will win the race.
    • The girls stopped spinning and began chasing each other in an impromptu game of freeze tag.
    • There were children running around, laughing and chasing each other in a game that looked like tag.
    • The joys were in simple games - hopscotch, hide-and-go-seek, tag, etc.
    • After school I raced in Dara Park with Lisa and Charvella, playing freeze tag and other games years too young for me.
    • It was like tag; she was chasing, and our server was losing.
    • Ballgames, bikes, scooters and a seeming unending game of tag keep the decibels up.
    • There was an elderly woman who sat on a small chair, close to the entrance of her tiny wooden house as she watched her two grandchildren run around the road, enjoying their little game of tag.
    • Clements's favorite is the most venerable game of all: tag.
    • But not many came this way it was to far out from any forms or life but the sand crabs that were running around, it looked like they were playing a child's game of tag.
    • Children played a lively game of tag around his legs.
    • We were running around in the backyard after a shower and mother told us to go play off some of our energy, so we walked out of our house in Malibu and immediately shot into a run for a game of tag.
    • They were walking until they got so bored they decided to start a game of tag.
    • Humming to himself, he continued his game of tag and having the time of his life.
    • They spent the next hour riding the waves and finished with a quick game of tag.
    • A game of tag is a great way to get children to practice both running and dodging.
    • Today the coach decided she would treat us by having us play a game of flag tag.
    • They walked down the street, which still had children playing tag, softball, and other games.
    • One day, we were out running around, playing tag.
    • A memory of running around with Ewen as children, playing tag and wrestling each other to the ground with peals of laughter, flashed through her mind.

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    (in baseball)
    agarrar fuera de base
    • As the pitcher straddles the rubber and the runner takes his lead, the first baseman tags the runner.
    • The boy ran to home base and tagged a runner running in.
    • If Jeter says he tagged the runner, he tagged the runner.
    • The Pirates' defense fired the ball to third where Bond was surprisingly tagged out.
    • In the commotion, he took a big turn around second base and was tagged out.