Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Tag"

The meaning of "Tag" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does tag people mean?
A: It means to write your friends' names so they get a notification to look at the post. Like
Q: What does tag line mean?
A: A statement or a phrase, used as a slogan.
Q: What does he ran tags on her car and received no result. mean?
A: It means the police looked up her license plate number in their system and she had no charges against her
Q: What does tag mean?
Q: What does "tag someone" memes mean?
A: It means that you tag the person so that they're included in the post you think is relevant to them. With the example you gave you would tag friends who may have posted rude things against overweight and obese people.

It's just a way to grab someone's attention by adding them to the post.

Example sentences using "Tag"

Q: Please show me example sentences with tag along .
A: You can tag along with us to the concert.
Tag along = come/go with
Q: Please show me example sentences with tag away.
A: It is an invitation to 'tag' people on Facebook that might be interested in the event.
Q: Please show me example sentences with tag along.
A: Can I tag along with you to the restaurant? or you could tag along with us to the movies.
Q: Please show me example sentences with don't you? isn't you? are you? tag questions .
A: You have a car, don't you?

You're hungry, aren't you?

You're not a student, are you?

Isn't you no es correcto. Tiene que ser aren't you
Q: Please show me example sentences with tag on.
A: "Tag" has a few meanings and "tag on" is a bit short to guess.

However, what comes to mind is...

"This group of people seems to know their way around Tokyo, I'll tag on."

It means join informally like this.

Synonyms of "Tag" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between #1 Can I tag along? and #2 Can I come along? ?
A: they are the same. #1 is more casual
Q: What is the difference between tagged and marked ?
A: technically no difference they both give the same meaning.
He marked you as black listed
I will tag at you as black listed
Q: What is the difference between tag and label ?
A: A label can be affixed to an item (jars, cans even tags) it contains information about the item to which it is affixed. (price, contents etc)
Tags are labels without adhesive.
Stick a price label on that coat’s tag
Q: What is the difference between tag and share ?
A: Tag means to @ a user and write a comment or message related directly to that person. In can also refer to adding # to your posts. Share in terms of social media means to take your post and send it to another person or another website.

Translations of "Tag"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? “Casa”, when you play tag and you have a “safe place” where you can not be caught
A: Try home. Like Hogar I believe
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 鬼から逃げる(when we play tag)
A: @hipoyuki Depends for kids I say monster . For adults we say "it" . " Adam is it so we have to run from him "
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? tag karne ki liye thnk u mama
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? खेद हैं, गलती से tag हो गया होगा ।
A: I am sorry. it has been tagged accidentally
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? tagged
A: From a USA show called 'TAGGED'. The girl says 'there is only three people tagged'. Hope it helps 😊

Other questions about "Tag"

Q: I often used to play tag with my friend in the school yard.

I couldn’t use to eat coriander before.
Does this sound natural?
A: × I often used to play tag with my friend in the school yard.
✓ I used to play tag often with my friend in the school yard.

× I couldn’t use to eat coriander before.
✓ I wasn’t able to eat coriander before.

Q: Just tag me.

What does it mean?
A: On instagram or Twitter, people will tag other people on a post like so :

“ Hey look at this post “

or they will tag them on the photo, so when you tap the photo the username shows up
Q: "The tag on my shirt is scratchy." What scratchy mean?
A: It might mean the tag on their shirt is making them uncomfortable; scratchy -- making friction
Q: When I use "tag question", I don't know which is a polite way.

・~,isn't it? / don't you? / aren't you?……
・~.right?
・~, huh?

I often use "~, right?" but is it fine?
A: The politeness level really depends on both context and inflection. Unlike Japanese, English does not have a dedicated polite vocabulary (aside from words like please and thank you). So a lot depends on how phrases are used.

Did you eat the last cookie? (Neutral)
You ate the last cookie, right? (Said accusingly, this is not so polite.)
You enjoy eating cookies that aren't yours, don't you? (Impolite)
I'm going to meet you at 10am, right? (Neutral)
You like the ballet, don't you? (Neutral)
Q: I played tag. Does this sound natural?
A: Correct! :)
"Played" refers to a game. Adding the "-ed" at the end of "play" makes it past tense, meaning you have played tag in the past.

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