Definition of 'autograph'
Example sentences containing 'autograph'
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Adults requesting autographs is naff. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They ask for your autograph and photos. Times, Sunday Times (2014)That means all requests for autographs will end up in the bin. The Sun (2008)It only takes a moment to sign an autograph. Times, Sunday Times (2015)More weird still are people who collect autographs. The Sun (2008)It was all that the visiting quartet could do to avoid getting out their autograph books. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Nor is there an authentic portrait of him or a copy of his autograph. Christianity Today (2000)It was two of the cleaners asking if they could get my autograph. The Sun (2012)The traffic warden would just ask me for an autograph and a photo. The Sun (2011)Some fans had turned up on her doorstep and she was swamped with autograph requests. The Sun (2016)Because he had to sign so many autographs. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He also collects autographs of famous historical and political figures. Times, Sunday Times (2006)But she still found time to sign autographs for fans. The Sun (2011)Soon people will be wanting its autograph. Times, Sunday Times (2006)She was still receiving regular requests for photos and autographs. Times, Sunday Times (2011)One approached the guest of honour to request an autograph. Times, Sunday Times (2007)We see athletes mingling with fans, and handing out autographs. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He spoke to, signed autographs for and was photographed with as many fans as he could manage. The Sun (2010)I had my photograph albums and autograph albums and pens. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He used their writings to forge autographs and whole letters, as well as trying to pass off others' work as his own. The Times Literary Supplement (2011)
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Translations for 'autograph'
British English: autograph /ˈɔːtəˌɡrɑːf; -ˌɡræf/ NOUN
An autograph is the signature of someone famous which is specially written for a fan to keep.
He went backstage and asked for her autograph.
- American English: autograph
- Arabic: تَوْقِيع
- Brazilian Portuguese: autógrafo
- Chinese: 亲笔签名
- Croatian: autogram
- Czech: autogram
- Danish: autograf
- Dutch: handtekening
- European Spanish: autógrafo
- Finnish: nimikirjoitus
- French: autographe
- German: Autogramm
- Greek: αυτόγραφο
- Italian: autografo
- Japanese: サイン
- Korean: 서명
- Norwegian: autograf
- Polish: autograf
- European Portuguese: autógrafo
- Romanian: autograf
- Russian: автограф
- Spanish: autógrafo
- Swedish: autograf
- Thai: ลายเซ็น
- Turkish: imza
- Ukrainian: автограф
- Vietnamese: bút tích
British English: autograph VERB
If someone famous autographs something, they put their signature on it.
I autographed a copy of one of my books.
Definition of autograph from the Collins English Dictionary
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