Definition of "tab" [tab]
- (noun) A projection, flap, or short strip attached to an object to facilitate opening, handling, or identification.
- (noun) A small, usually decorative flap or tongue on a garment.
- (noun) A small auxiliary airfoil that is attached to a larger one and that helps stabilize an aircraft.
- (noun) A pull-tab.
- (verb-transitive) To supply with a tab or tabs.
- (noun) a small flap of material, esp one on a garment for decoration or for fastening to a button
- (noun) any similar flap, such as a piece of paper attached to a file for identification
- (noun) a small auxiliary aerofoil on the trailing edge of a rudder, aileron, or elevator, etc, to assist in the control of the aircraft in flight
- (noun) the insignia on the collar of a staff officer
- (noun) a bill, esp one for a meal or drinks
- (noun) a cigarette
- (verb) to supply (files, clothing, etc) with a tab or tabs
Use "tab" in a sentence
- "There is also now an option to add a customized favicon to a user's site, which is an icon that sits in the title tab of a website when it is viewed inside a browser."
- "So having the insurance pick up part of the tab is a big deal."
- "There was cracks that were present in the welds, what we call the tab welds, of the bridge since the day it was built."