Definition of 'dotted'
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Enough, that is, to sign on the dotted line and enact them the day we leave. The Sun (2017)Post rows are shown by dotted lines. BRITAIN BC: Life In Britain and Ireland before the Romans (2003)Maybe he should have thought about that before he signed on the dotted line. The Sun (2010)He is pulling out all the stops to persuade them to sign on the dotted line before they leave. The Sun (2010)The advisory parts of the cycle lane are divided from the rest of the road by a dotted white line. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Once you have signed on the dotted line, you are committed. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Here are some things to consider before you sign on the dotted line :? Times, Sunday Times (2015)He had intended to take things easy but he's very tempted by this and is close to signing on the dotted line. The Sun (2006)And although she hasn't signed on the dotted line, both sides are keen to make it happen. The Sun (2015)The theory is that Rattle has delayed signing on the dotted line until he has an undertaking that London will get a new concert hall. Times, Sunday Times (2015)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)
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British English: dotted ADJECTIVE
A dotted line is a line which is made of a row of dots.
Cut along the dotted line.
Definition of dotted from the Collins English Dictionary
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