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Definition of "labeled" [labeled]

  • A piece of paper, card, or other material attached to an object to identify it or give instructions or details concerning its ownership, use, nature, destination, etc; tag (noun)
  • A brief descriptive phrase or term given to a person, group, school of thought, etc (noun)
  • A word or phrase heading a piece of text to indicate or summarize its contents (noun)
  • A trademark or company or brand name on certain goods, esp, formerly, on gramophone records (noun)
  • A charge consisting of a horizontal line across the chief of a shield with three or more pendants: the charge of an eldest son (noun)
  • A group of characters, such as a number or a word, appended to a particular statement in a program to allow its unique identification (noun)
  • A radioactive element used in a compound to trace the mechanism of a chemical reaction (noun)
  • To fasten a label to (verb)
  • To mark with a label (verb)
  • To describe or classify in a word or phrase (verb)
  • To make (one or more atoms in a compound) radioactive, for use in determining the mechanism of a reaction (verb)
  • Having a label, tagged. (adjective)

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  • Defined or described. (adjective)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of label. (verb)

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Use "labeled" in a sentence
  • "Her name labeled her: Zola, meaning outcast, forever preceded her birth name, Luz."
  • "There is also a "guide to the falls," who wears his title labeled on his hat; otherwise, indeed, one might as soon think of asking for a gentleman usher to point out the moon."
  • "Specifically, we use the term labeled "adjusted income from operations" as the principle measure of performance for CIGNA in our operating segments."