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sign pronunciación
1 a printed mark with a meaning; a symbol a multiplication sign .
2 maths an indication of positive or negative value the minus sign .
3 a gesture expressing a meaning; a signal.
4 an indication signs of improvement .
5 a portent or omen; a miraculous token.
6 a board or panel displaying information for public view.
7 a board or panel displaying a shopkeeper's name, trade, etc.
8 a device or symbol indicating an inn, shop, etc.
9 med any external evidence or indication of disease, perceptible to an examining doctor, etc.
10 a trail or track of a wild animal, perceptible to a tracker.
11 a trace or evidence of the presence of someone or something There's been no sign of him since he was seen boarding the train on Wednesday .
12 astrol any of the twelve parts of the zodiac, bearing the name of, but not coincident with, a constellation. See table in the Supplement to this book.
verb (signed , signing )
1 tr & intr to give a signal or indication.
2 to write a signature on something; to confirm one's assent to something with a signature sign a cheque .
3 to write (one's name) as a signature Sign here, please .
4 tr & intr to employ or become employed with the signing of a contract Stoke City have signed a new player He has signed for another team .
5 tr & intr to communicate using sign language.
[13c: from French signe , from Latin signum ]
signer noun .
sign something away to give it away or transfer it by signing a legally binding document.
sign in or out to record one's arrival or departure, eg at work, by signing one's name.
sign someone in to allow someone, usually a non-member, official entry to enter a club, society, etc by signing one's name.
sign off
1 to bring a broadcast to an end.
2 to remove oneself from the register of unemployed people.
3 to stop work, etc.
4 bridge to indicate that one does not intend to bid further.
sign someone off to state that they are unfit to work.
sign on colloq
1 to register as unemployed.
2 to return fortnightly to an unemployment office to sign one's name as a formal declaration that one is still unemployed.
sign someone on to engage them, eg for work.
sign up
1 to enrol with an organization, especially the army.
2 to enrol for a task, outing, etc by signing a list.
3 to engage oneself for work by signing a contract.
sign someone up to engage them for work by signing a contract.

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