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nametag

[neym-tag] /ˈneɪmˌtæg/
noun
1.
an identification tag or label showing one's name and sometimes one's address or business affiliation, attached to an article of clothing or worn around the neck or wrist.
Also, name tag.
Origin
1945-1950
1945-50; name + tag1
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Examples from the web for nametag
  • All they gave me was a small plastic bag with my nametag attached.
  • He shoves his trade-show nametag under cover of his suit coat.
  • Pre-registering will allow us to provide you with a nametag, a preliminary roster and handouts.
  • Those who don't have winter uniforms should wear complete summer uniforms, including nametag and straw hat.
  • Use the name you wish to have included on your nametag.
  • Create a personal nametag or pin with your company name and logo on it and wear it at high visibility meetings.
  • Volunteer vest and nametag to wear while volunteering.
  • Wear your nametag on your right side, as close to your face as possible, with your first name printed as large as possible.
  • Give them the nametag that says stem and have them stand in the center of the area you have chosen to build your cattail.
  • The tie was green in color and the dress nametag was silver.

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