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noun [countable] label pronunciation in British English /ˈleɪb(ə)l/
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  1. 1
    a piece of paper or material fastened to an object that gives information about it

    Read the washing instructions on the label.

    You can get sticky labels printed with your address.

  2. 2
    a company that produces records

    They signed to one of the smaller independent labels.

    Their album was released on the Digital Experience label.

  3. 3
    a company that designs and makes expensive clothes

    After working with Armani, he launched his own label.

    1. a.
      a piece of clothing that has been made by a well-known designer

      Even little kids all want to wear designer labels.

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