Portuguese translation of 'dotted line'
to sign on the dotted line (figurative) firmar o compromisso
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Example Sentences Including 'dotted line'
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Once you have signed on the dotted line, you are committed.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
But he hopes to sign on the dotted line in the next few weeks.The Sun (2011)
He is pulling out all the stops to persuade them to sign on the dotted line before they leave.The Sun (2010)
It means he has had to wait over five weeks for his City debut since signing on the dotted line.The Sun (2015)
They're all ready to sign on the dotted line.The Sun (2008)
We felt that we had to do the best for him, arranged a remortgage and signed on the dotted line, pragmatism prevailing over ideology.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
You have to embrace all of it when you sign on the dotted line.The Sun (2014)
His name is on the dotted line.Christianity Today (2000)
Post rows are shown by dotted lines.BRITAIN BC: Life In Britain and Ireland before the Romans (2003)
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Translation of dotted line from the Collins English to Portuguese Dictionary