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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- noun: Something that suggests the presence or existence of a fact, condition, or quality.
- noun: An act or gesture used to convey an idea, a desire, information, or a command: gave the go-ahead sign.
- noun: Sign language.
- noun: A displayed structure bearing lettering or symbols, used to identify or advertise a place of business: a motel with a flashing neon sign outside.
- noun: A posted notice bearing a designation, direction, or command: an EXIT sign above a door; a traffic sign.
- noun: A conventional figure or device that stands for a word, phrase, or operation; a symbol, as in mathematics or in musical notation.
- noun: An indicator, such as a dropping or footprint, of the trail of an animal: looking for deer sign.
- noun: A trace or vestige: no sign of life.
- noun: A portentous incident or event; a presage: took the eclipse as a sign from God.
- noun: A body manifestation that serves to indicate the presence of malfunction or disease.
- noun: One of the 12 divisions of the zodiac, each named for a constellation and represented by a symbol.
- verb-transitive: To affix one's signature to.
- verb-transitive: To write (one's signature).
- verb-transitive: To approve or ratify (a document) by affixing a signature, seal, or other mark: sign a bill into law.
- verb-transitive: To hire or engage by obtaining a signature on a contract: signed a rookie pitcher for next season; sign up actors for a tour.
- verb-transitive: To relinquish or transfer title to by signature: signed away all her claims to the estate.
- verb-transitive: To provide with a sign or signs: sign a new highway.
- verb-transitive: To communicate with a sign or signs: signed his approval with a nod.
- verb-transitive: To express (a word or thought, for example) by sign language: signed her reply to the question.
- verb-transitive: To consecrate with the sign of the cross.
- verb-intransitive: To make a sign or signs; signal.
- verb-intransitive: To use sign language.
- verb-intransitive: To write one's signature.
- phrasal-verb: sign in To record the arrival of another or oneself by signing a register.
- phrasal-verb: sign off To announce the end of a communication; conclude.
- phrasal-verb: sign off To stop transmission after identifying the broadcasting station.
- phrasal-verb: sign off Informal To express approval formally or conclusively: got the Congress to sign off on the tax proposal.
- phrasal-verb: sign on Informal To enlist oneself, especially as an employee: "Retired politicians often sign on with top-dollar law firms” ( New York Times).
- phrasal-verb: sign on To start transmission with an identification of the broadcasting station.
- phrasal-verb: sign out To record the departure of another or oneself by signing a register.
- phrasal-verb: sign up To agree to be a participant or recipient by signing one's name; enlist: signed up for military service; signing up for a pottery course.
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