French translation of 'signing'
1. [of document, letter, treaty] signature f
2. [of player, group, singer] recrutement m
Manchester United’s signing of goalkeeper Mark Bosnich le recrutement par le club de Manchester United du gardien de but Mark Bosnich
3. (= player, group, singer) nouvelle recrue f
4. (= sign language) langue f des signes
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Example Sentences Including 'signing'
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Cutting costs is a priority and signings need to provide exceptional value.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Five new French signings have bolstered a squad that was beset by difficulty.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
He made a dozen new signings and it is only natural they will take time to gel.The Sun (2012)
He now admits that he was'a coward' in not taking a tougher stand on player signings.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
His return will be like a new signing for the team that has been noticeably weaker in his absence.The Sun (2009)
How did the new signings look?The Sun (2013)
It's a tremendous signing for the club.The Sun (2015)
New signings all looked useful and familiarity is certain to bring further improvements.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
No doubt, the signings of a goalkeeper and a striker were high on the agenda.The Sun (2009)
So he is keeping his fingers crossed the Spanish giants do not object to their record signing playing on the treacherous pitch here in Andorra tonight.The Sun (2014)
The Italian has come under fire for some poor signings but could work alongside Mitchell.The Sun (2014)
The club record signing scored just once for the Baggies.The Sun (2015)
There are new signings and it will be exciting, especially if we can produce the form we did in the last two months of last season.The Sun (2012)
Any manager is going to struggle when most of his key signings do not work out.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
It was typical of Mishcon that he declined an invitation to attend the signing of the treaty.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
Positive'It is a great signing for the club.The Sun (2008)
The Cockney messiah made it clear he would be in sole charge of signings and team selection as the new boss.The Sun (2008)
There is no excuse now for allowing a long delay to follow the signing of this treaty.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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British English: signing NOUN
The signing of a document is the act of writing your name to indicate that you agree with what it says or to say that you have been present to witness other people writing their signature.
Their top priority is the signing of the treaty.
Translation of signing from the Collins English to French Dictionary