Label [noun]

Definition of Label:

marker, description; brand

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Sentence/Example of Label:

It may actually have a label saying “Audio & Subtitles,” depending on your device.

A real scientific test would be to clip out the horoscopes and cut off the labels so you don’t know which signs are connected to which predictions.

It was the Hertz situation that kicked off a project to introduce “safety labels” within the company.

That’s a label that has traditionally been claimed by Republican politicians.

While 2-D X-rays of each specimen existed, little information existed beyond generic animal labels.

Before Olivia Travel, Dlugacz co-founded Olivia Records, a groundbreaking label.

Frege thought that the application of number labels depends on being able to grasp the connection between what is being counted and how many of them there are.

Often, a campaign is running but a server is not configured to process the labels of advertising systems.

It’s really to make sure that we’re keeping the information out there accurate and that what is available to consumers and what is being shown to consumers on labels is accurate to what the product actually is.

Each picture bore a label, giving a true description of the once-honoured gem.