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noun

a label or tag that shows the price of the item to which it is attached.

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Origin of price tag

An Americanism dating back to 1880–85
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price tag

noun

a ticket or label on an article for sale showing its price
the cost, esp of something not usually pricedthe price tag on a top footballer
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