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badge

US [bædʒ]
UK [bædʒ]
Plural Form:badges  
badge
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n.
1.
徽章;奖章a small piece of metal or plastic, with a design or words on it, that a person wears to show that they belong to an organization, support sth, have achieved sth, have a particular rank, etc.
She wore a badge saying ‘Vote for Coates’.
她戴着一枚徽章,上面写着“投科茨一票”。
All employees have to wear name badges.
所有员工均须佩戴名牌。
2.
(制服上的)标记,标识a piece of material that you sew onto clothes as part of a uniform
the school badge
校徽
3.
证章;警徽a small piece of metal that you carry or wear to prove who you are, used, for example, by police officers
He pulled out a badge and said he was a cop.
他拿出工作证,说他是警察。
4.
标记;象征something that shows that a particular quality is present
His gun was a badge of power for him.
他的枪对他而言是权力的标志。

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