Definition of 'signature'
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Slick suits and stand out colours are becoming a cool signature style. The Sun (2011)Their printed names without signatures were insufficient. Christianity Today (2000)The wild mammals announce themselves at sea by giving a distinctive signature whistle. The Sun (2012) One has a signature that is worth a fortune. The Sun (2013)You can add your signature to our petition by going online. The Sun (2009)Old radio signature tunes and royal music are on the agenda. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Please keep the petitions and signatures coming. The Sun (2014)It is great to see some of the big names performing signature moves on and around the court. The Sun (2014)They enjoy endless applause from thousands of people and their signature on the books they sell makes them millions. The Sun (2013)Established booksellers and auction houses take steps to ensure that books and signatures are what they claim to be. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It left space at the bottom for the signatures of parents and representatives of the school and a government official. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Other producers have their signature style. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It's a shame it has not ended in the signature of the accord. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He also forged his brother's signature on transit documents. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Why would you question whether accounts are correct with an auditor's signature at the bottom? Times, Sunday Times (2008)Why isn't one signature and swearing a blood oath good enough? Times, Sunday Times (2013)Each hopeful has 45 minutes to cook a signature dish while the judges watch on. The Sun (2011)Darts takes the showbusiness thing seriously, with the players entering the arena to their own signature tunes. Times, Sunday Times (2009)A signature on a document means a lot to the family. The Sun (2013)Organisers of a petition calling for her resignation say they hope to collect 10,000 signatures by the end of the week. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Pace bowlers bore the brunt of his strokes, which ranged way beyond the push through the leg side that has become his signature. Times, Sunday Times (2012)People would need to sign petitions in person and the signatures required to trigger a vote would have to be collected in a one-year period. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It's fun, quick and delivers an individual colour signature to each person. Times, Sunday Times (2013)I have only mastered a cat's eye and a red lip, so it has become a signature look by default. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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Translations for 'signature'
British English: signature /ˈsɪɡnɪtʃə/ NOUN
Your signature is your name, written in your own characteristic way.
I put my signature at the bottom of the page.
- American English: signature
- Arabic: تَوْقِيع
- Brazilian Portuguese: assinatura
- Chinese: 签名
- Croatian: potpis
- Czech: podpis
- Danish: underskrift
- Dutch: handtekening
- European Spanish: firma
- Finnish: allekirjoitus
- French: signature
- German: Unterschrift
- Greek: υπογραφή
- Italian: firma
- Japanese: 署名
- Korean: 서명
- Norwegian: signatur
- Polish: podpis
- European Portuguese: assinatura
- Romanian: semnătură
- Russian: подпись
- Spanish: firma
- Swedish: underskrift
- Thai: ลายเซ็น
- Turkish: imza
- Ukrainian: підпис
- Vietnamese: chữ ký
Definition of signature from the Collins English Dictionary
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