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Signs Meaning in Bengali. Signs শব্দের বাংলা অর্থ কি? English to Bangla online dictionary "Signs meaning in bengali". Google Translate "Signs".

"Signs Meaning"

Signs বাংলা অর্থ. What is the meaning of Signs in English? What does Signs mean? What is another word for Signs? Definition at online dictionary.

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Similar Words: signs, signs and seal, signs dotted line, signs for, signs in, signs off, signs off on, signs on, signs on dotted line, signs on with,

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Signs History and Origin

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Signs Synonyms

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Signs Definition

a token; indication.
any object, action, event, pattern, etc., that conveys a meaning.
a conventional or arbitrary mark, figure, or symbol used as an abbreviation for the word or words it represents.
a motion or gesture used to express or convey an idea, command, decision, etc.:
Her nod was a sign that it was time to leave.
a notice, bearing a name, direction, warning, or advertisement, that is displayed or posted for public view:
a traffic sign; a store sign.
a trace; vestige:
There wasn't a sign of them.
an arbitrary or conventional symbol used in musical notation to indicate tonality, tempo, etc.
Medicine/Medical. the objective indications of a disease.
any meaningful gestural unit belonging to a sign language.
an omen; portent:
a sign of approaching decadence.
sign language (def 1).
Usually, signs. traces, as footprints, of a wild animal.
  1. a plus sign or minus sign used as a symbol for indicating addition or subtraction.
  2. a plus sign or minus sign used as a symbol for indicating the positive or negative value of a quantity, as an integer.
  3. multiplication sign.
  4. division sign.
  5. a symbol, as or !, used to indicate a radical or factorial operation.
verb (used with object)
to affix a signature to:
to sign a letter.
to write as a signature:
to sign one's name.
to engage by written agreement:
to sign a new player.
to mark with a sign, especially the sign of the cross.
to communicate by means of a sign; signal:
He signed his wish to leave.
to convey (a message) in a sign language.
Obsolete. to direct or appoint by a sign.
verb (used without object)
to write one's signature, as a token of agreement, obligation, receipt, etc.:
to sign for a package.
to make a sign or signal:
He signed to her to go away.
to employ a sign language for communication.
to obligate oneself by signature:
He signed with another team for the next season.
Verb phrases
sign away/over, to assign or dispose of by affixing one's signature to a document:
She signed over her fortune to the church.
sign in, to record or authorize one's arrival (or departure) by signing a register.
Also, sign out.
sign off,
  1. to withdraw, as from some responsibility or connection.
  2. to cease radio or television broadcasting, especially at the end of the day.
  3. Informal. to become silent:
    He had exhausted conversation topics and signed off.
  4. to indicate one's approval explicitly if not formally:
    The president is expected to sign off on the new agreement.
sign on,
  1. to employ; hire.
  2. to bind oneself to work, as by signing a contract:
    He signed on as a pitcher with a major-league team.
  3. to start radio or television broadcasting, especially at the beginning of the day.
  4. Computers. log1 (def 17a).
sign up, to enlist, as in an organization or group; to register or subscribe:
to sign up for the navy; to sign up for class.

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