tag

listen to the pronunciation of tag
Englisch - Türkisch
etiket

Ad etiketini takman gerekiyor. - You supposed to be wearing your name tag.

Benim için fiyat etiketini çıkarır mısınız? - Could you take off the price tag for me?

etiketlemek

Cümleleri etiketlemek için en azından gelişmiş katılımcı olmak zorundasın. - In order to tag sentences, you must, at least, be an advanced contributor.

{f} etiket takmak
{i} ünlü söz
fiş takmak
elim sende oyunu
(along/on ile) peşine takılmak
eklemek
takılmak

Tom muhtemelen peşine takılmak istemeyecek. - Tom probably won't want to tag along.

birlikte gitmek
çok sık kullanılan laf
beylik laf
{f} etiketle

Yukarıdaki cümleleri etiketleyen etiketleri kaldıracağım. - I will remove the labels tagging the above sentences.

Temel etiketleri sırayla öğrenelim. - Let's learn the basic tags in order.

fiş
elim sende

Biz elim sende gibi oyunlar oynardık. - We used to play games like tag.

Ben diğer çocuklarla elim sende oynamak istedim ama onlar bana izin vermediler. - I wanted to play tag with the other children, but they wouldn't let me.

Ebelemek
(Askeri) technical assessment group; The Adjutant General; Tomahawk land
{i} ayakkabı kulağı
kov

Tom, Mary ve John sahada kovalamaç oynuyorlardı. - Tom, Mary and John were playing tag on the playground.

Küçük kız kardeşim ve ben çok fazla kovalamaca oynardık. Birbirimizi kovalardık ve kovalayan kişi kovalanana dokunmaya çalışır ve ona Sen ebesin! diye seslenirdi. - My little sister and I used to play tag a lot. We would chase each other, and the one chasing would try to tag the one being chased and yell: You're it!

{f} isimlik takmak
piyes veya kitapta gereksiz ilâve
{i} bağcık ucu
{f} peşinden koşturmak
biçim) im (i), imlemek
saç per
{i} etiket, yafta
{f} (kovalamaca oyununda) (ebe) (başka oyuncuya) dokunmak
{i} ceza makbuzu
{i} kovalamaca

Ben kovalamaca oynamak istedim. - I wanted to play tag.

Küçük kız kardeşim ve ben çok fazla kovalamaca oynardık. Birbirimizi kovalardık ve kovalayan kişi kovalanana dokunmaya çalışır ve ona Sen ebesin! diye seslenirdi. - My little sister and I used to play tag a lot. We would chase each other, and the one chasing would try to tag the one being chased and yell: You're it!

{f} etiketlemek, yafta koymak
şeridi kuvvetlendirmek için ucuna takılan maden parçası
{f} peşini bırakmamak
{i} meşhur lâf
{f} kafiye bulmak
{i} perçem
elbisenin yırtık parçası
köpeğe takılan künye
{f} kovalamak

Kovalamak istiyor musun? - Do you want to tag along?

{i} isimlik

Tom bir isimlik takıyor. - Tom is wearing a name tag.

ufak sarkık uç
{f} kırkmak (koyun)
{f} birleştirmek
{i} künye
etiket,v.etiketle: n.etiket
seçmek
(Bilgisayar) imlemek
(Dilbilim) eklenti
(Denizbilim) marka
koyun kırkmak
(Bilgisayar) bilgi imi
tike
fletner
saçak
püskül
tag gun
Kılçık tabancası
tag along
(after/behind) -in arkasından gitmek/gelmek, peşine takılmak
tag along
peşini bırakmamak
tag along behind
arkasından gelmek
tag behind
arkasından gelmek
tag along
peşini bırakma

Sanırım peşini bırakmayacağız. - I think we'll tag along.

tag end
sarkık uç
tag line
slogan
tag on
üzerini etiketle
tag with
birine yüklemek
tag with
üstüne atmak
tag converting unit
etiket dönüştürme birimi
tag end
sarkık üç
tag format
etiket deseni, etiket biçimi
tag game
tag oyun
tag on
etiket üzerinde
tag question
"Değil mi?" mânâsı veren soru kalıbı. Mesela "He was here, wasn't he?" cümlesindeki "wasn't he"
tag rag
tag paçavra
tag sale
etiket satışı
tag team
etiketi takım
tag-along rights
Azınlık hisse sahiplerinin satış hakları
tag after
(Fiili Deyim ) -yı gölge gibi izlemek , peşinden ayrılmamak
tag after
kovalamak
tag after
peşini bırakmamak
tag along
kovalamak

Kovalamak istiyor musun? - Do you want to tag along?

tag along
(after/with) (sırf meraktan dolayı veya bir çıkar elde etme umuduyla)
tag end
artık
tag end
son kısım
tag for routes
Yönler İçin Etiket
tag id
(Bilgisayar) etiket kimliği
tag id
(Bilgisayar) etiket no
tag image file format
Etiket Görüntü Dosya Biçemi
tag image file format
(TIFF) Etiket Görüntü Dosya Biçimi
tag s.o. as ..
birine (belirli bir) damga vurmak, birine ... damgası vurmak
tag s.o. with
(bir şeyi) birine yüklemek, birinin üstüne atmak
hang tag
Sallama etiket, ürün bilgisi etiketi
triage tag
(Geometri) Triyaj etiketi
tags
(Bilgisayar) etiketler

Lütfen her şeyin üzerine fiyat etiketlerini koymama yardım eder misin? - Can you please help me put price tags on everything?

Temel etiketleri sırayla öğrenelim. - Let's learn the basic tags in order.

anchor tag
(Bilgisayar) sabitleme imi
entity tag
(Bilgisayar) varlık etiketi
name tag
(Bilgisayar) ad etiketi
omit end tag
(Bilgisayar) bitiş etiketini yoksay
omit start tag
(Bilgisayar) başlangıç etiketini yoksay
smart tag
(Bilgisayar) akıllı etiket
structure tag
(Bilgisayar) yapı adı
tagged
etiketlenmiş
tagged
(Elektrik, Elektronik) taglı
tagged
işaretlenmiş
tagging
etiketleme
wrong tag order
(Bilgisayar) yanlış etiket sırası
dog tag
tasma kimliği
marking tag
işaretleme etiketi
price tag
fiyat etiketi

Benim için fiyat etiketini çıkarır mısınız? - Could you take off the price tag for me?

Tom bir defa daha fiyat etiketine baktı. - Tom looked at the price tag once again.

price tag
fiyat

Ürün yüksek bir fiyat etiketi taşımaktadır. - The product carries a high price tag.

Tom fiyat etiketine baktı yeterli parası olmadığının farkına vardı. - Tom looked at the price tag and realized he didn't have enough money.

question tag
değil mi sorusu
tagged
{f} imle
dog tag
(Askeri) künye; askeri kimlik kolyesi
f tag
(makine bakım mühendisliği) Hata kartı: Makine üzerine asılan bakım uyarısı etiketi
failure tag
(makine bakım mühendisliği) Hata kartı: Makine üzerine asılan bakım uyarısı etiketi
hang tag
tag aşmak
laser tag
lazer tabancaları ile oynanan bir oyun çeşidi
license tag
Otomobil plakası
phone tag
İki kişinin birbirlerine telefonla erişimemeleri durumu
playing tag
(Oyunlar) kovalamaca, elim sende oyunu oynamak
question tag
anlamındaki soru
question tag
değil mi sorusu, cümlenin sonuna getirilen "
question tag
değil mi"
rag-tag
bez etiketi
skin tag
(Tıp, İlaç) Cilt yüzeyinde oluşmuş çıkıntı, et beni, akrokordon
tagged
imli
tags
etiketleri

Temel etiketleri sırayla öğrenelim. - Let's learn the basic tags in order.

Lütfen her şeyin üzerine fiyat etiketlerini koymama yardım eder misin? - Can you please help me put price tags on everything?

telephone tag
İki kişinin birbirlerine telefonla erişimemeleri durumu
to play tag
tag oynamak
toe tag
morgda ölünün ayak başparmağına asılan kimlik kartı
TAGS
(Askeri) harekat alanı hava kara sistemi (theater air ground system)
clip a name tag
isimlik takmak
dog tag
tasma plâkası
external tag
Dış Etiket
html tag
(Bilgisayar) html etiketi
i didn't receive the claim tag when i checked in
bana check in yaptırdığımda bagaj kartı vermediler
license plate/tag
oto. plaka
smart tag file
(Bilgisayar) akıllı etiket dosyası
tag line
(Bilgisayar) etiket satırı
Türkisch - Türkisch
Fas'ta yetişen bir ardıç türü
Ardış ağacının bir türü
Englisch - Englisch
An instance of touching the baserunner with the ball or the ball in a gloved hand

The tag was applied at second for the final out.

To put a runner out by touching him with the ball or the ball in a gloved hand

He tagged the runner for the out.

A small label
A piece of markup representing an element in a markup language

The tag provides a title for the Web page.

a vehicle number plate ; a medal bearing identification data (animals, soldiers)
To remove dung tags from a sheep

Regularly tag the rear ends of your sheep.

A keyword or term associated with or assigned to data, media, and/or information enabling keyword-based classification
To mark (something) with one’s tag (graffiti)
To mark with a tag (metadata for classification)

I am tagging my music files by artist and genre.

To hit the ball hard

He really tagged that ball.

An attribution in narrated dialogue (eg, "he said")
To label (something)
A dangling lock of sheep's wool, matted with dung; a dung tag
Graffiti in the form of a stylized signature particular to the person who makes the graffiti
A game played by two or more children in which one child (known as "it") attempts to catch one of the others, who then becomes "it"
A skin tag, an excrescence of skin
A type of cardboard
{v} to fix or put a tag on, to join together
{n} metal at the end of a lace, a paltry thing
(Oyunlar) Tag (also known as it, had, he, tips, tig, touch, tiggy, tick, dobby, chasing, chasemaster, chasey and other names) is an informal playground game that usually involves two or more players attempting to "tag" other players by touching them with an object, usually their hands. Played throughout the world, tag is inherently simple — most forms require neither teams, nor scores, nor sports equipment such as balls — but it may be made more complex with various rule modifications. Both of these aspects make tag a popular game amongst children, and it is often played in informal areas such as playgrounds or backyards
An SGML element bounded by the marks "<" and ">" Tags are used to mark the semantic or the structure of a document A sample is the tag <title> to mark the beginning of a title
A command that specifies how a document, or a portion of the document, should be formatted In HTML most tags consist of an opening and a closing tag and look like this: <em>emphasized text</em> The text between these tags will be displayed on screen in italics and audibly emphasized by a screenreader
One of the defining elements of the HTML mark-up language in which web pages are written Tags, which are simple text expressions such as <FONT> or <B>, are used to describe how an element of a web page should look or behave For example: This is <B>Chipper</B> would display "This is Chipper" with "Chipper" in bold
If you tag someone in a particular way, you keep describing them using a particular phrase or thinking of them as a particular thing. the pundits were still tagging him with that age-old label, `best of a bad bunch' She has always lived in John's house and is still tagged `Dad's girlfriend' by his children. = label see also question tag. The Adjutant General
Short for "markup tag, " and used to describe the layout of a document The most general set of tags used in the world today are part of the SGML standard In terms of the Web, the tags most referred to are part of the HTML standards Tags are characterized by the < (less than) and > (greater than) brackets placed around the tag data For example a bold text tag would appear like this: <B>bold text here</B> It is considered good style to write all tag code in uppercase characters for readability
go after with the intent to catch; "The policeman chased the mugger down the alley"; "the dog chased the rabbit"
You can refer to a phrase that is used to describe someone or something as a tag. In Britain, jazz is losing its elitist tag and gaining a much broader audience. = label
supply (blank verse or prose) with rhymes
a theatrical term which refers to an actor stopping just before an exit, looking directly at the audience, and making one final (usually non-verbal) comment on the action 'take' - a theatrical term which refers to an actor stopping, looking directly at the audience (or at another actor), with the intention of commenting on the action and showing a reaction to what is happening mini-tramp - a small, often square-shaped trampoline which is used to perform somersaulting maneuvers off of The acrobat runs in her approach, "punches" the bed of the trampoline, and completes a trick in the air before landing
An SGML element name enclosed in angle brackets (<>), used to mark up the semantics or structure of a document <Para> is a tag in DocBook used to mark the beginning of a paragraph
An excrescence of skin
(sports) the act of touching a player in a game (which changes their status in the game)
{i} label; something which hangs loosely; phrase or nickname which characterizes something; (Computers) label which instructs the computer to display the text following it in a certain way (in the programming language HTML)
See Tag, a play
To fit with, or as with, a tag or tags
To join; to fasten; to attach
Tags are commonly used in markup to identify elements Typically they can be differentiated from the body of the text as they are encapsulated in angle brackets (otherwise known as the "less than" and "greater than" signs) They tend to have both opening and closing forms, such as: <tag>elementcontents</tag>, though it is also possible to have a form which combines the two, and holds nothing: <emptyelement/>
A child's play in which one runs after and touches another, and then runs away to avoid being touched
A piece of text that describes a unit of data, or element, in XML The tag is distinguishable as markup, as opposed to data, because it is surrounded by angle brackets (< and >) For example, the element <name>My Name</name> has the start tag <name>, the end tag </name>, which enclose the data "My Name" To treat such markup syntax as data, you use an entity reference or a CDATA section
Small character string found at the beginning of a data field used to identify the field In HTML, tags are enclosed in left and right carets ()
i e [/tag (21)] Here 21 is used as the tag by which this value is coindexed with others The string used as a tag may be an arbitrary PostScript string Typeset at one half of the effective point size
a small piece of cloth or paper
A token that represents the beginning or end of an element A tags that begins an element is called a start tag, and one that ends and element is called an end tag HTML tags begin with < and end with >
A dangling lock of sheeps wool, matted with dung
The end, or catchword, of an actor's speech; cue
Within a BER record, a tag is the numerical identifier, or label, of a data element The terms "tag" and "field id" are synonymous in regard to BER files Within an SGML or other tagged data record, a tag is the structural label that identifies a data element, such as <author>, <title>, <pub_date>, etc
touch a player while he is holding the ball supply (blank verse or prose) with rhymes
An SGML element bounded by the marks "<" and ">" Tags are used to mark the semantic or logical structure of a document A sample is the tag <title> to mark the beginning of a title
A metallic binding, tube, or point, at the end of a string, or lace, to stiffen it
Something mean and paltry; the rabble
touch a player while he is holding the ball
A tag is a small piece of card or cloth which is attached to an object or person and has information about that object or person on it. Staff wore name tags. baggage tags. see also dog tag, price tag
to follow and touch in the game of tag
a label made of cardboard or plastic or metal
To mark (something) with one's tag (graffiti)
a game in which one child chases the others; the one who is caught becomes the next chaser
An SGML element name enclosed in angle brackets (<>), used to mark up the semantics or structure of a document <Para> is a tag in DocBook used to mark the beginning of a paragraph
HTML code is comprised of a series of tags that instruct a browser how to render the information contained on the page For example, you would use the following tags
a code inserted into a file or data structure indicating how something is to be interpreted TCP/IP - (Transmission Control/Internet Protocol) a standard format for transmitting data in packets from one computer to another Telnet - a command that lets you use your computer as a terminal on another computer through a network Thread - a task or process in a computer program that uses multitasking TIA - abbreviation for "thanks in advance" TIFF - (Tag Image File Format) a format for storing bit-mapped images TN - see Telnet Token Ring - a type of network in which the computers are connected together in a ring Transfer Rate - the rate at which data is transferred from one place to another Trojan Horse - a computer program with a hidden destructive function such as erasing hard disk at a specific time TTYL - email abbreviation for "talk to you later" Twiddle - (slang) to make small changes in settings [back to top]
A sheep of the first year
To follow closely after; esp
If you tag something, you attach something to it or mark it so that it can be identified later. Professor Orr has developed interesting ways of tagging chemical molecules using existing laboratory lasers
Any slight appendage, as to an article of dress; something slight hanging loosely; specifically, a direction card, or label
An HTML markup element Tags are commands placed in HTML documents which define the appearance of text, images and other features on a web page
{f} furnish with a label or tag; characterize; append, attach; join in, follow along, accompany (Informal)
An SGML character sequence that starts an element The term has the same meaning in HTML
provide with a name or nickname
In the world of SGML, a tag is a marker embedded in a document that indicates the purpose or function of the element Each element has a beginning tag and an end tag
a vehicle number plate
Grade of dense, strong paper used for products such as badges and file folders
tag along
To accompany, join, or follow; to go with

If you ever visit the bamboo gardens, I'd like to tag along.

tag cloud
A visual depiction of user-generated tags, typically used to describe the content of web sites and having the more significant tags shown in correspondingly larger text or a bolder font
tag clouds
plural form of tag cloud
tag end
The very end
tag end
Something left over
tag question
A question inviting the listener to indicate agreement, formed by adding a “tag” word or expression to a statement. For example “You love me, don’t you?”
tag questions
plural form of tag question
tag sale
A domestic sale of second-hand items; a garage sale or yard sale
tag sale
A retail sale in which items included in the sale are tagged with a coloured tag
tag sales
plural form of tag sale
tag soup
Poorly structured code in a markup language that uses tags (such as HTML), especially when it violates specifications
tag team
Two people acting alternately to accomplish some task
tag-team
Performed by two or more people or groups working alternately

Both of them worked, so they practiced a sort of tag-team parenting, swapping mornings and afternoons when the kids weren’t in school.

tag game
(Oyunlar) Tag (also known as it, had, he, tips, tig, touch, tiggy, tick, dobby, chasing, chasemaster, chasey and other names) is an informal playground game that usually involves two or more players attempting to "tag" other players by touching them with an object, usually their hands. Played throughout the world, tag is inherently simple — most forms require neither teams, nor scores, nor sports equipment such as balls — but it may be made more complex with various rule modifications. Both of these aspects make tag a popular game amongst children, and it is often played in informal areas such as playgrounds or backyards
tag-along rights
A contractual obligation used to protect a minority shareholder (usually in a venture capital deal). If a majority shareholder sells his or her stake, then the minority shareholder has the right to join the transaction and sell his or her minority stake in the company. Also referred to as "co-sale rights"
tag a car
make a report, write a ticket
tag along
go along with, often uninvited; "my younger brother often tagged along when I went out with my friends
tag along
If someone goes somewhere and you tag along, you go with them, especially when they have not asked you to. I let him tag along because he had not been too well recently She seems quite happy to tag along with them
tag day
A day on which contributions to some public or private charity or fund are solicited promiscuously on the street, and tags given to contributors to wear as an evidence of their having contributed
tag day
Such solicitation is now subject to legal restriction in various places
tag day
A day on which collectors for a charitable fund solicit contributions, giving each contributor a tag
tag day
(In England) day for collection of contributions in which people try to raise money for a particular cause in exchange for small flags
tag line
A line of copy used in an ad that captures the theme of the advertisement or broader campaign and is placed prominently within it
tag line
A slogan or phrase that visually conveys the most important product attribute or benefit that the advertiser wishes to convey Generally, a theme to a campaign
tag line
The tag line of something such as a television commercial or a joke is the phrase that comes at the end and is meant to be amusing or easy to remember
tag line
A line attached to a load to assist in controlling its movement
tag line
the point of a joke or humorous story
tag line
is, in effect, a PUNCH LINE for an entire piece, not just a single joke Signals the climax, and is how you cue your audience to applaud Ideally, in a MAGIC performance piece, a TAG LINE should also make clear that you have manipulated the entire event For more, see Tony Chaudhuri's Feminine Side & Owed to Poker Dan
tag line
The FCC requires that political advertising have a "Paid for by..." line printed or read at the end or beginning of a commercial
tag on
If you tag something on, you add it. It is also worth tagging on an extra day or two to see the capital = tack on
tag on
fix to; attach; "append a charm to the necklace"
tag question
question that ends with a declarative sentence (e.g.: "She ate the whole pie, didn't she" or "Susan plays the guitar, doesn't she?")
tag question
A question used after a statement when seeking or expecting confirmation of that statement, as wasn't he in He was here, wasn't he?. a question that is formed by adding a phrase such as 'can't we?', 'wouldn't he?', or 'is it?' to a sentence
tag sale
A sale of used household belongings, with prices typically marked on labels affixed to the items
tag team
A team of two or more wrestlers who take turns competing against one of the wrestlers on another team, with the idle teammates waiting outside the ring until one of them is tagged by their competing teammate
tag team
{i} (Professional Wrestling) competition in which each team has two or more members that take turns wrestling (and change places by touching another team member's hand)
HA-tag
A short immunoreactive sequence that is cloned to a gene and can be used to identify or purify recombinant proteins
HTML tag
a code, surrounded by angle brackets ( ), to define a format change, or hypertext link
dog tag
The identification tags worn around the neck by military personnel
dog tag
A small metal disk, attached to a dog's collar, containing identification information
fusion tag
A short peptide, protein domain, or entire protein that can be fused to a target protein of interest to create a fusion protein
laser tag
A sport in which players try to shoot the opposition using an infrared-sensitive gun
meta tag
Text inserted into the source code of a web page that includes keywords in order to provide information to a search engine about the contents of the page for search engine optimization
oak tag
A flexible material akin to thick paper
oak tag
A rectangular sheet of this material
oak-tag
A rectangular sheet of this material
oak-tag
A flexible material akin to thick paper
phone tag
A situation in which two individuals attempting to contact each other by telephone repeatedly do not get a live person and instead trade messages, such as voice mail
price tag
The tag or sticker attached to a product, displaying its price
radio tag
A small radio transmitter attached to an object (especially to an animal) in order to track its location
radio-tag
To attach a radio tag to an object
radio-tag
Alternative spelling of radio tag
red tag
one of the plastic cards used in the kanban manufacturing system
skin tag
A small flap of skin that hangs off of the surface of one's skin
tagged
Having a tag, labelled

All the tagged items are on sale. The more tagged ones are marked down the most.

tagged
Simple past tense and past participle of tag

We tagged each item in the store.

treasury tag
Short piece of cord, with metal bars at each end, used in offices for holding papers together or fastening them into a file
triage tag
A tool first responders and medical personnel use during a mass casualty incident. With the aide of the triage tags, the first-arriving personnel are able to effectively and efficiently distribute the limited resources and provide the necessary immediate care for the victims until more help arrives
freeze tag
(Oyunlar) See tag game
lock and tag
Lockout-Tagout (LOTO) or lock and tag is a safety procedure which is used in industry and research settings to ensure that dangerous machines are properly shut off and not started up again prior to the completion of maintenance or servicing work
phone tag
A series of unsuccessful calls exchanged by two people who are attempting to contact each other by telephone
skin tag
(Tıp, İlaç) A small soft pendulous growth on the skin esp. around the eyes or on the neck, armpits or groin; acrochordon
toe tag
A toe tag is a piece of cardboard normally attached with string to the big toe of a dead person in a morgue. It is used for identification purposes, allowing the morticians to correctly identify corpses
A tag
tab
meta tag
An optional HTML tag that is used to specify information about a Web document Some search engines such as Alta Vista use "spiders" to index Web pages These spiders read the information contained within a page's META tag So in theory, an HTML or Web page author has the ability to control how there site is indexed by search engines and how and when it will "come up" on a user's search The META tag can also be used to specify an HTTP or URL address for the page to "jump" to after a certain amount of time This is known as Client-Pull What this means, is a Web page author can control the amount of time a Web page is up on the screen as well as where the browser will go next Here's a look at the syntax for search engine indexing: Here's a look at the syntax for Client Pull: This will "refresh" or change to the URL specified in 30 seconds
meta tag
A construct placed in the HTML header of a web page, providing information which is not visible to browsers The most common meta tags (and those most relevant to search engines) are KEYWORDS and DESCRIPTION
meta tag
A meta tag is an element of HTML that often describes the contents of a Web page, and is placed near the beginning of the page's source code Search engines use information provided in a meta tags to index pages by subject
tagged
The second argument is a PostScript string, the third some SPF object, e g [/tagged (13) [/sequence []]]
tagged
many manufacturers labeled their doll clothing creations the same way our clothes are tagged Only a good eye & experience will teach you how to tell original clothing that has had the tag removed or reproduction clothing that has had a tag added Sadly, there are examples of both situations out there
tagged
a reserved word used in declaring a tagged type Tagged Type - a type whose values have a run-time type tag, which indicates the specific type from which the value originated An operand of a class-wide tagged type can be used in a dispatching call; the tag indicates which subprogram body to invoke Tagged types may be extended with additional components 5 0 to 5 8, A 1
tagged
bearing or marked with a label or tag; "properly labeled luggage"
tagged
If your doll has the original manufacture tags within it's clothing, it is known to be tagged
tagged
Past tense of tag
tagged
Stamps marked with phosphorescent material that could be detected by ultraviolet-light sensing equipment TIED or TIED ON - Refers to the link between a cancellation and the stamp The cancel extends beyond the stamp onto the cover or card U
tagging
The process of marking the CLP bit of cells entering an ATM network because they do not conform to the subscribed traffic contract
tagging
(1) Process of adding information to a list; (2) transfer of data or control information for usage and unduplication
tagging
Phosphor material on stamps used to activate automatic mail-handling equipment This may be lines, bars, letters, part of the design area or the entire stamp surface The tagging may also permeate the stamp paper Some stamps are issued both with and without tagging Catalogues describe them as tagged or untagged
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An infielder in possession of the ball touching a runner between the bases
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a luminescent coating applied to stamps during the printing process Usually invisible to the naked eye, tagging can be observed under ultraviolet light
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No, this is not putting you logo on the side of a subway train A document can have a color profile attached to it This tag can be seen in Photoshop in the status bar Documents without profiles are called untagged
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- Tagging, or the process of creating StarTags, is the process by which organizations and individuals identify valuable content from which others can benefit and submit the URLs of the relevant Web pages for inclusion in the StargazerNET Library
tagging
when someone illegally paints their name or symbol on a wall, vehicle etc
tagging
The process of inserting HTML fragments into specific pages of a site which will point to a particular server This enables one to serve ads through that server on the site and throughout the network Targeting In online advertising, the ability to serve ads to the users who are most likely to be receptive to the advertiser's message, based on context of the site's users (and the demographics implied by that content) or the users' demographics or psychographics
tagging
The overprinting of phosphor on stamps, or on paper on which stamps are printed, to allow the use of automatic sorting machines (more information on Phosphor Tagging)
tagging
Placing hidden markers in text to indicate where to insert specific images
tagging
Making a chemical or organic material easily measured or detected by using isotopes of the substance or by introducing radioactive elements into the formula The techniques is used to follow the metabolic path of substances as they travel through the body
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A Tag or Mark is used to distinguish lower priority cells from higher or guaranteed cells in the same data flow CLP=0 cells when tagged become CLP=1 cells
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HTML codes that are embedded in text to define the structure of the text and to establish links
tags
The HTML commands, in the form of letter combinations or words surrounded by angle brackets (<>) They tell a browser how to display a Web page
tags
Tags are the commands that give HTML documents their functionality They consist of commands placed within < and > Some tags work by placing a start and stop tag at each end of the desired text, such as below <big> This makes the text bigger <big> The stop tags are often the same as the start with the addition of "/" at the beginning of the stop tag Using both of these tags places the desired text in a container But not all tags need to use a container, and thus don't need a stop tag In the glossary below you will find a "</>" next to the tags that require a stop tag
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Non-graphical attributes that may be attached to elements in the design file
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Elements are shown in a marked up file with the use of 0, 1, or 2 tags (yes, an element may not need to be 'tagged' if its presence can be inferred from the surrounding content, although this is unusual) There are two types of tags Typically, starting tags look like <element_name> and ending tags look like </element_name> Even this isn't cast in stone, since the delimiters '<', '>', and '/' can be redefined in the DTD
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These are formatting codes used in HTML documents Tags indicate how parts of a document will appear when displayed by browsing software
tags
A sequence of characters, beginning with the less than (<) sign and ending with a greater than (>), used to mark up text with display instructions Tags are sometimes referred to as codes
tags
descriptive formatting codes used in HTML documents that instruct a web browser how to display text and graphics on a web page
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Tags are used to define elements in HTML Most tags have both a start tag, such as <LI> and a corresponding end tag, such as</LI> Typographic tags like <B> for "bold" or <I> for "italic" describe the appearance of the text; idiomatic tags like <EM> for "emphasize" or <STRONG> for "strongly emphasize" describe the reason for the appearance change Different browsers may choose different appearances for the same idiomatic tag
tags
third-person singular of tag
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Formatting commands which describe to the browser how pages are displayed, and consist of a descriptive command contained within angle brackets Sometimes found singly but usually as a pair of opening and closing tags
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These are the terms or commands of the web page language HTML, which make the content you want on your web page viewable in a browser If you view a web page in your browser and choose 'view source' from the menu you will see words in capitals surrounded by lesser than (<) and greater than symbols (>)
tags
Formatting codes used in HTML documents Tags indicate how parts of a document will appear when displayed by browsing software
tags
Broken or dung-covered wool and other wastes that are swept from the floor of shearing areas
tags
The name given to any element of an HTML document that is used as instructions to format the document For example, tags can be used to make certain text show up bold or underlined, and are used to create a link between two HTML documents
tags
The set of descriptive formatting codes used in HTML documents that instruct a web browser how to display text and graphics on a web page For example, to make text bold, the tag <B> is used at the beginning and end of the text
tags
Tags are descriptive formatting codes used in HTML documents that instruct a web browser how to display text and graphics on a web page For example, to make text bold, the tag <B> is used at the beginning and end of the text
tags
plural of tag
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The basic component of HTML that tells your browser what to do by indicating to the browser the various elements within a document HTML tags consist of a beginningleft angle bracket (<), a tag name, and a right angle bracket (>) Tags are usually paired, and the end tag looks just like the start tag except for a backslash (/) [week 7]
tags
formatting codes used in HTML (e g , <H1> </H1>, <P>)
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are used to embed elements within plain text, and are of the form: <tag name>
tags
Formatting codes used within World Wide Web HTML documents
tags
A generic term for a text label that controls some function within a computer language In HTML, tags are used to format text, for example
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Codes, usually Hypertext markup Language (HTML) codes, used to activate features or delineate fields in web documents HTML tags are entered between the less than/greater signs (<>) at the beginning and end of each feature For example, <title> Seach Glossary </title> identifies the title of this document Tags are invisible when the normal browser window is in use; to view source code tags in Netscape Communicator, use the Windows menu sequence View/Page Source See also Hypertext Markup Language, Field, and Meta-tags
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These are the embedded words and/or symbols that enable us to turn ordinary text into HTML <HTML> and </HTML>, for example are the opening and closing tags that indicate a document is written in HTML
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Commands or instructions usually in regard to HTML or Web page code, always with a pair of brackets () surrounding the specific instruction
tags
special sequences of characters that are inserted in the text of an HTML document and dictate what the browser should do with the text between the tags
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