fasten a tag to sth
regard or describe (sb) in a particular way
a small piece of paper, material, etc., fixed to sth to show what it is, who owns it, etc.
a well known phrase or sentence, especially one in a foreign language
"semantic tags were attached in order to identify different meanings of the word"
"label these bottles"
"The policeman chased the mugger down the alley"
"the dog chased the rabbit"
Adding little moral tags..to the end of his plays.
出自： L. Stephen
A Latin tag came into my head about the..descent into the abyss.
出自： J. Conrad
Anglers tagged 954 bass.
The..exhibits, packed and tagged, would be carried to the police car.
出自： P. D. James
The film began to be tagged 'the Brat Pack Western'.
If you're going to the park, do you mind if I tag along?
We didn't invite him to go with us but he tagged along anyway.
Tag along with us if you like.
The little child always tags along with her mother.
The baby elephant was tagging along behind its mother.
他紧紧跟在后面。 tag oneself on to sb
During the interval, a young fellow tagged himself on to the actress, and she couldn't get rid of him for the rest of the evening.
幕间休息时,一个小伙子硬缠住了那位女演员,此后她整个晚上都没能甩掉他。 tag on to sb
The child always tags on to his elder brother.
Don't tag on to us all the time.
别老缠着我们。 tag sth on to sth
The poem he tagged on to his speech seemed a bit forced.
他附加在演说后的那首诗似乎有点勉强。 tag sth ⇔ on
He decided to tag on an extra paragraph at the end summarizing what he'd said.