Badge – meaning of the word and examples

A small piece of metal or plastic with words or a picture on it, that you carry with you or fasten to your clothing or something else, in order to show who you are, that you are a member of a group, etc. (Cambridge Dictionary)

A flat metal or plastic object, usually round, with a picture or message on it, that can be fastened to clothes with a pin, often in order to show that you like or support a particular group, idea, belief, etc. (Cambridge Dictionary)

badge is a piece of metal or cloth which you wear to show that you belong  to an organisation or support a cause. American English usually uses button to refer to a small round metal badge. (Collins Dictionary)

A device or token especially of membership in a society or group. (Merriam – Webster)

A characteristic mark. (Merriam – Webster)

An emblem awarded for a particular accomplishment. (Merriam – Webster)

A small piece of metal, plastic, or cloth bearing a design or words, typically worn to identify a person or to indicate membership of an organisation or support for a cause. (Oxford Dictionaries)


Round Badges

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