label (someone, something, or oneself) with (something)

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label (someone, something, or oneself) with (something)

1. To imprint or inscribe an identifying or descriptive symbol, word, or name on someone or something. Be sure to label any food you keep in the staff fridge with your name so no one else accidentally eats it. They labeled him with all manner of slurs because of his stance on the issue.
2. To use something to imprint or inscribe an identifying symbol, word, or name on someone or something. Even though we all have our own cabinets, he still labels all his food with a black permanent marker. They labeled us with bright neon stamps so the bartenders knew we were old enough to drink.
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label someone or something with something

to mark or identify someone or something with something. They labeled each person who had paid the admission fee with a symbol stamped on the hand. I labeled each book with my name.
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'The first experiments were made by taking articles in common use, such as knives, forks, spoons, keys, &c., and pasting upon them labels with their names printed in raised letters.
3M has combined tamper evident labels with blockchain on Microsoft Azure in a bid to develop label-as-a-service solution for supply chain security, which can identify counterfeits, enhance safety of consumers and protect and improve business performance.
This range includes tamper evident labels that are compliant with ISO 14021:1999 Standard, highly stable, nontoxic and are biodegradation verified labels with ASTM D5511, ASTM D5338, and ISO DIS 15985 certifications.
Delivering color labels with extreme durability, water-fastness and UV-resistance, in combination with the added capability of printing white, the QL-300 opens up a realm of product branding possibilities.
Labels with curves or cut-outs for example are possible with self-adhesive labels, which means they can be matched to the shape of the particular product or pack.
Page three of the original label approval paper form contained a list of changes that could be made to wine labels with previously approved COLAs on file.
"LinerLESS labels perform to the same quality standards as pressure-sensitive labels with conventional liners, and are best suited for labeling products in the health and beauty, personal care and other markets.
Customers can easily customize their labels with artwork of their choice and design.
For the first time, a company can be in complete control of its branded labels with this ingenious system that offers ease of use and low costs.
Label printers and printer applicators in direct thermal and thermal transfer models for bareode labeling applications print on pressure-sensitive labels with printing speeds from 2-8 in./sec in sizes from 0.5 x 0.5 in.
Already in development are RFID labels with embedded antennas that are oriented in more than one direction.
In addition, the press can handle web widths of up to 20.3" allowing users to print regular sized labels with higher throughput and even produce larger labels.
Smaller beads are helping to make EPS cups more competitive with paper cups by allowing thinner walls beneath film or paper labels with high-quality printed graphics.
Until now, state-of-the-art technology was unable to apply labels with a large height to length ratio with the required quality due to the naturally low inherent stability of this type of label.