Label vs Entitle - What's the difference?
As verbs the difference between label and entitle
is that label
is to put a label (a ticket or sign) on (something) while entitle
is give a title to.
As a noun label
is a small ticket or sign giving information about something to which it is attached or intended to be attached.
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
* labell (non-standard)
A small ticket or sign giving information about something to which it is attached or intended to be attached.
- We laughed at her because the label was still on her new sweater.
- The label says this silk scarf should not be washed in the washing machine.
A name given to something or someone to categorise them as part of a particular social group.
- Although the label priced this poster at three pounds, I got it for two.
A company that sells records.
- Ever since he started going to the rock club, he's been given the label "waster".
(computing) A user-defined alias for a numerical designation, the reverse of an enumeration.
- The label signed the band after hearing a demo tape.
(computing) A named place in source code that can be jumped to using a GOTO or equivalent construct.
(heraldiccharge) A charge resembling the strap crossing the horse’s chest from which pendants are hung.
(obsolete) A tassel.
- Storage devices can be given by label or ID.
A piece of writing added to something, such as a codicil appended to a will.
A brass rule with sights, formerly used with a circumferentor to take altitudes.
(architecture) The projecting moulding by the sides, and over the tops, of openings in mediaeval architecture.
In mediaeval art, the representation of a band or scroll containing an inscription.
* (small ticket) sign, tag, ticket
* (name given to something or someone) category, pigeonhole
* (heraldry) lambel
* designer label
To put a label (a ticket or sign) on (something).
To give a label to (someone or something) in order to categorise that person or thing.
- The shop assistant labeled all the products in the shop.
- He's been unfairly labeled as a cheat, although he's only ever cheated once.
* (put a ticket or sign on) tag, price
* (give a label to in order to categorise) categorise, compartmentalise, pigeonhole
* (l) (archaic)
* intitle (archaic or nonstandard)
give a title to
dignify by an honorary designation.
give authority (to do something)
give rightful ownership
give a title to a book, film, play, etc.
* (give a title to a book) name