sign

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sign englannista suomeksi

  1. rekrytoida, palkata

  2. etumerkki

  3. kilpi, kyltti

  4. tehdä ristinmerkki

  5. viittoa

  6. merkki

  7. viittoma

  8. viesti

  9. tehdä sopimus

  10. ilmoitus

  11. viittoma-

  12. varustaa merkein

  13. kirjoittaa nimi, allekirjoittaa, antaa nimikirjoitus

  14. viittoilla

  15. vahvistaa nimellä

  1. merkki, oire

  2. jälki

  3. kyltti, kilpi, opaste; merkki, liikennemerkki traffic sign

  4. merkki

  5. etumerkki

  6. viittoma

  7. viittomakieli

  8. merkki, ennusmerkki

  9. tunnus

  10. merkki, ele

  11. allekirjoittaa

  12. allekirjoittaa, kirjoittaa nimi">kirjoittaa nimi

  13. rekrytoida

  14. viittoa

sign englanniksi

  1. A perceptible (e.g. visibile) indication.

  2. (ux)

  3. {{quote-book|en|year=1898|author=Winston Churchill|authorlink=Winston Churchill (novelist)

  4. 2000, Geoffrey McGuinness, Carmen McGuinness, ''How to Increase Your Child's Verbal Intelligence: The Language Wise Method'', Yale University Press ((ISBN)), page 38:

  5. The sound of the Orlando dinner train whistle reminds me that it &39; s already Friday, an auditory sign. Another auditory sign, a distant thunder clap, warns me of limited computer time before our evening thunderstorm moves in.
  6. Physical evidence left by an animal.

  7. (quote-book)

  8. A clearly visible object, generally flat, bearing a short message in words or pictures.

  9. (RQ:Macaulay History of England)

  10. A wonder; miracle; prodigy.

  11. 1611, (w), Exodus 4:17:

  12. And thou shalt take this rod in thine hand, wherewith thou shalt do signs.
  13. An sign.

  14. Positive or negative polarity, as denoted by the + or - sign.

  15. A specific gesture or motion used to communicate by those with speaking or hearing difficulties; now specifically, a linguistic unit in language equivalent to word in spoken languages.

  16. (RQ:Florio Montaigne Essayes)

  17. 2007, Marcel Danesi, ''The Quest for Meaning'':

  18. In American Sign Language (ASL), for instance, the sign for 'catch' is formed with one hand (in the role of agent) moving across the body (an action) to grasp the forefinger of the other hand (the patient).
  19. language|Sign language in general.

  20. A semantic unit, something that conveys meaning or information (e.g. a word of written language); a unit consisting of a signifier and a signified concept. (q)

  21. 1692, Thomas Bennet, ''Short Introduction of Grammar ... of the Latine Tongue'':

  22. A Noun substantive and a Noun adjective may be thus distinguished, that a substantive may have the sign ''a ''or ''the'' before it; as, puer, ''a boy, the boy''; but an adjective cannot, as, bonus, ''good''.
  23. 1753, Charles Davies, ''Busby's English Introduction to the Latin Tongue Examined'', page 11:

  24. A Pronoun is a Noun implying a Person, but not admitting the Sign ''a'' or ''the'' before it.
  25. 2008, Eero Tarasti, Robert S. Hatten, ''A Sounding of Signs: Modalities and Moments in Music, Culture, and Philosophy : Essays in Honor of Eero Tarasti on His 60th Anniversary'':

  26. And some linguistic signs, like “the”, “and” or “with”, may lack apparent objects, though they are clearly meaningful and interpretable.
  27. An omen.

  28. A property of the body that indicates a disease and, unlike a symptom, is unlikely to be noticed by the patient.

  29. A military emblem carried on a banner or standard.

  30. (rfquotek)

  31. To make a mark

  32. To seal (a document etc.) with an identifying seal or symbol. (defdate)

  33. ''The Queen signed her letter with the regal signet.''

  34. To mark, to put or leave a mark on. (defdate)

  35. 1726, Elijah Fenton, ''The Odyssey of Homer'':

  36. Meantime revolving in his thoughtful mind / The scar, with which his manly knee was sign'd .
  37. To validate or ratify (a document) by writing one's signature on it. (defdate)

  38. c. 1597, (w), ''The Merchant of Venice'':

  39. Enquire the Iewes house out, giue him this deed, / And let him signe it .
  40. More generally, to write one's signature on (something) as a means of identification etc. (defdate)

  41. ''I forgot to sign that letter to my aunt.''

  42. To write (one's name) as a signature. (defdate)

  43. ''Just sign your name at the bottom there.''

    ''I received a letter from some woman who signs herself ‘Mrs Trellis’.''

  44. To write one's signature. (defdate)

  45. ''Please sign on the dotted line.''

  46. To finalise a contractual agreement to work for a given sports team, record label etc. (defdate)

  47. 2011, ''The Guardian'', (headline), 18 Oct 2011:

  48. Agents say Wales back Gavin Henson has signed for Cardiff Blues.
  49. To engage (a sports player, musician etc.) in a contract. (defdate)

  50. ''It was a great month. I managed to sign three major players.''

  51. To make the sign of the cross

  52. To bless (someone or something) with the of the cross; to mark with the sign of the cross. (defdate)

  53. (RQ:Book of Common Praye)

  54. We receive this child into the congregation of Christ's flock, and do sign him with the sign of the cross.
  55. 1971, (w), ''Religion and the Decline of Magic'', Folio Society 2012, p. 34:

  56. At the baptismal ceremony the child was signed with the cross in holy water.
  57. To cross oneself. (defdate)

  58. 1855, (w), ''Men and Women'':

  59. Shaking a fist at him with one fierce arm, / Signing himself with the other because of Christ.
  60. To indicate

  61. To communicate using a gesture or signal. (defdate)

  62. (RQ:Scott Guy)

  63. To communicate or make known (a meaning, intention, etc.) by a sign.

  64. To communicate using gestures to (someone). (defdate)

  65. ''He signed me that I should follow him through the doorway.''

  66. To use language. (defdate)

  67. To furnish (a road etc.) with signs. (defdate)

  68. To determine the sign of

  69. To calculate or derive whether a quantity has a positive or negative sign.