[ red-tag ]
/ ˈrɛdˈtæg /
verb (used with object), red-tagged, red-tag·ging.
to attach a red tag to, as merchandise for special sale.
to identify for a specific purpose; earmark: The inspector red-tagged the restaurant for health violations.
pertaining to or composed of something that has been red-tagged: the store's annual red-tag sale.
Definition for red-tag (2 of 2)
a tag or other marker colored red and used to categorize something for a special purpose: Items with a red tag are on sale today.
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