Pronunciation of Label
/lˈe͡ɪbə͡l/, /lˈeɪbəl/, /l_ˈeɪ_b_əl/
Synonyms for label:
brand, breed, caste, category, clan, class, classification, degree, denomination, designation, feather, form, genotype, genus, grade, grain, ilk, kind, kingdom, level, line, make, mold, order, people, persuasion, phylum, race, rank, series, set, sort, species, stamp, step, stock, strain, stripe, style, taxonomy, type, variety, Family.
alert, badge, banner, beacon, brand, crest, cue, denotation, designation, emblem, figuration, flag, gesticulation, gesture, guidepost, hint, icon, indication, insignia, key, legend, lighthouse, logo, logotype, marker, motion, notation, pointer, prompt, semaphore, sign, signal, signpost, stamp, symbol, tag, ticket, token, wave, wink.
Sense 1 (noun)
Sense 2 (noun)
Sense 3 (noun)
Sense 4 (noun)
Sense 5 (noun)
authenticator, bookseller, brokerage, caterer, concessionaire, constructor, consultancy, automaker, collection agency, clearinghouse.
Sense 6 (noun)
bar code, coupon, docket, food stamp, courtesy card, credit slip, discount card, ecolabel, food coupon, gift certificate.
Sense 7 (noun)
breed, caste, category, clan, classification, degree, denomination, feather, form, genotype, genus, grade, grain, ilk, kind, kingdom, level, line, make, mold, people, persuasion, phylum, race, rank, series, set, species, step, stock, strain, stripe, style, taxonomy, variety, Family.
badge, banner, beacon, crest, denotation, designation, emblem, figuration, gesticulation, guidepost, hint, icon, indication, insignia, key, legend, lighthouse, logo, logotype, marker, notation, pointer, semaphore, sign, signpost, symbol, token.
marker, description; brand (noun)
alert, beckon, betoken, brand, cue, denote, designate, flag, gesticulate, gesture, guide, indicate, mark, motion, nod, note, notify, nudge, point, point out, prompt, shrug, signal, stamp, symbolize, tag, ticket, wave, wink.
mark, describe; brand (verb)
colophon, entitle, tab.
Usage examples for label:
- There was an old writing- table there, and she had lately discovered a key with a label attached informing her that it would open the drawers of that table. - "Furze the Cruel", John Trevena.
- A thin youth, brooding above a wooden tray close by, held up in his delicate fingers a long bottle, sealed and furnished with a tiny label, but Batouch shook his head. - "The Garden Of Allah", Robert Hichens.
- It is on such slight grounds as these that a man of the world can label two ladies 'adventuresses'! - "The Princess Virginia", C. N. Williamson A. M. Williamson.
- It is just personality, went on Oliver, at least, that's the label to use. - "Lord of the World", Robert Hugh Benson.
- Blenkiron had fetched a dress suit of mine, from which my own tailor's label had been cut and a New York one substituted. - "Greenmantle", John Buchan.
Idioms for label:
- label sm or sth with sth;
- label sm or sth as sth;