Third-person singular simple present indicative form of tag.(verb)
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Use "tags" in a sentence
""The costume is exactly what I wore on my mission—only the name tags are bigger," he said."
"Not only that, but as Mr. Rosenthal rushed into the news conference, he says he saw Romney aides pulling up the name tags taped to the floor that showed where each guest was to stand—tearing up the paper with Mr. Wallace's name and replacing it with one bearing his own name."
"She unbuttoned the top button of her pants, exhaled loudly, and crawled around under the tree, grabbing the gifts with her name tags and shoving other presents to the side."