American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A tag attached to a piece of merchandise giving information about its composition and proper care and use.
- n. A small information tag attached to clothing.
“a pair of denim shorts paint pens- she recommends two white and two red x-acto knife, pencil and ruler one piece of hard posterboard for stencil she used the hangtag from the shorts”
“And this is cool, I think: The hangtag on the shirt was a pre-written message to Obama making him aware of what was going on.”
“All you had to do was pull the hangtag off and put a postage stamp on it--you know, 'stamp' out violence.”
“The bears are made with eco-friendly materials and come with a hangtag, which includes an illustrated story of the FEED bears and how producing and feeding Plumpy'nut® to children in need around the world saves lives every day.”
“The only work I did on these was set up artwork for screen printing on the item and production art on the "canned" hangtag.”
“I have a large one (about 22", no hangtag) and a small one (about 15" with hangtag and sample tag), plus I have a couple of generic teddy bears, one wearing a Batman T-shirt the other with Robin's, I might be able to come up with some more stuff, I have to go dig through the sample boxes in the warehouse...”
“While conventional strawberries at the supermarket are shipped from California and picked prematurely to make the journey, these ones are ripened on the vine and often come with the hangtag stem, great for dipping!”
“The model number and the UPC code can be found on the back of the hangtag.”
“Cross Colours sells a message with each garment -- CLOTHING WITHOUT PREJUDICE appears on almost every red, green and black hangtag and advertisement.”
“EG: the hangtag is made of already approved paper and approved ink.”
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