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N-COUNT 标签；签条；标贴 A label is a piece of paper or plastic that is attached to an object in order to give information about it.
He peered at the label on the bottle.
VERB 贴标签于；用标签标明 If something is labelled, a label is attached to it giving information about it.
The stuff has never been properly logged and labelled...
Meat labelled 'Scotch Beef' sells for a premium in supermarkets...
VERB （不公平地）把…称为，把…列为 If you say that someone or something is labelled as a particular thing, you mean that people generally describe them that way and you think that this is unfair.
Too often the press are labelled as bad boys...
Certain estates are labelled as undesirable...
N-COUNT （批评性的）标签，称号 If you say that someone gets a particular label, you mean that people show disapproval of them by describing them with a critical word or phrase.
Her treatment of her husband earned her the label of the most hated woman in America.
N-COUNT 唱片公司 You can refer to a company that produces and sells CDs as a particular label .
She landed a contract with record label EMI...
It was on the Virgin label.