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sign

美 [saɪn]
英 [saɪn]
  • v.签名;签署;叹息;预示
  • n.符号;信号;表示;招牌
  • 网络标记;记号;标志
复数:signs  现在分词:signing  过去式:signed  
sign
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n.
显示showing sth
1.
[c][u]
迹象;征兆;预兆an event, an action, a fact, etc. that shows that sth exists, is happening or may happen in the future
Headaches may be a sign of stress.
头痛可能是紧张的迹象。
There is no sign of John anywhere.
哪儿都没有约翰的影子。
Call the police at the first sign of trouble.
一有闹事的苗头就叫警察。
There was no sign of life in the house(= there seemed to be nobody there) .
那座房子没有一点住人的迹象。
Her work is showing some signs of improvement.
她的工作出现了一些改进的迹象。
The gloomy weather shows no sign of improving.
阴沉的天气没有丝毫转晴的迹象。
The fact that he didn't say ‘no’ immediately is a good sign .
他没有马上拒绝,这是好征兆。
If an interview is too easy, it's a sure sign that you haven't got the job.
如果面试太简单,那必定表示你没得到那份工作。
If I had noticed the warning signs , none of this would have happened.
要是我当时注意到了那些危险苗头,这种事就一桩也不会发生。
提供信息;用以提醒for information/warning
2.
[c]
招牌;标牌;指示牌;标志a piece of paper, wood or metal that has writing or a picture on it that gives you information, instructions, a warning, etc.
a road/traffic sign
道路╱交通标志
a shop/pub sign
商店╱酒吧招牌
The sign on the wall said ‘Now wash your hands’.
墙上的牌子上写着“请洗手”。
Follow the signs for the city centre.
照标牌的指示到市中心。
动作;声音movement/sound
3.
[c]
示意的动作(或声音);手势a movement or sound that you make to tell sb sth
He gave a thumbs-up sign .
他竖起了大拇指表示赞同。
She nodded as a sign for us to sit down.
她点头示意我们坐下。
符号symbol
4.
[c]
符号;记号a mark used to represent sth, especially in mathematics
a plus/minus sign(+/–)
加号;减号
a dollar/pound sign($/£)
元╱英镑的符号
IDM
a sign of the times
时代特征(含贬义)something that you feel shows what things are like now, especially how bad they are
v.
姓名your name
1.
[i][t]
签(名);署(名);签字;签署to write your name on a document, letter, etc. to show that you have written it, that you agree with what it says, or that it is genuine
Sign here, please.
请在这里签名。
Sign your name here, please.
请在这里签名。
You haven't signed the letter.
这封信您还没有署名。
to sign a cheque
在支票上签字
The treaty was signed on 24 March.
条约是 3 月 24 日签订的。
The player was signing autographs for a group of fans.
这名队员正在为一群球迷签名。
He signed himself ‘Jimmy’.
他署名“吉米”。
合同contract
2.
[t][i]
和…签约(达成雇佣关系)to arrange for sb, for example a sports player or musician, to sign a contract agreeing to work for your company; to sign a contract agreeing to work for a company
United have just signed a new goalie.
联队最近和一名新守门员签约。
He signed for United yesterday.
昨天他和联队签了约。
The band signed with Virgin Records.
乐队同维京唱片公司签了约。
做出动作;发出声音make movement/sound
3.
[i][t]
~ (to/for sb) (to do sth).~ that…
示意;打手势to make a request or tell sb to do sth by using a sign, especially a hand movement
The hotel manager signed to the porter to pick up my case.
旅馆经理示意行李员替我拿箱子。
对聋人for deaf person
4.
[i][t]
打手语to use sign language to communicate with sb
She learnt to sign to help her deaf child.
为帮助她耳聋的孩子,她学会了手语。
An increasing number of plays are now being signed.
现在越来越多的戏剧配上了手语。
IDM
signed and sealed|signed, sealed and delivered
签名盖章完毕的;铁定的;成定局的definite, because all the legal documents have been signed
Just sign on the dotted line and the car is yours.
只要在虚线上签名,这车就归你了。
sign on the dotted line
(informal)
在签字处签上姓名(表示同意);签名同意to sign a document to show that you have agreed to buy sth or do sth
Just sign on the dotted line and the car is yours.
只要在虚线上签名,这车就归你了。

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