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Lengua inglesa
1 a small flap, tag, strip of material, etc attached to an article, for hanging it up, opening, holding or identifying it, etc.
2 a small strip of material attached to a garment for hanging it up.
3 chiefly N Am a bill, eg in a restaurant, especially an account that is opened, eg at the beginning of an evening, and added to until it is settled at the end of the evening.
4 chiefly N Am a price; cost.
5 N Eng slang a cigarette.
verb (tabbed , tabbing ) to fix a tab to something or someone.
[19c: probably originally a dialect word]
keep tabs on someone or something colloq to keep a close watch or check on them or it.
pick up the tab chiefly N Am to pay the bill.

noun a key on a typewriter or word processor which sets and then automatically finds the position of the margins and columns needed to arrange information in a table. Also called tabulator.
[Early 20c: an abbreviation of tabulator]

1 a pill or drug, especially a small square of paper containing LSD or Ecstasy.
2 short for tablet (sense 1).

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