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sign on

  
a       vi + adv     (Brit, as unemployed)   registrarse como desempleado  ,   (as employee)    firmar un contrato,   (Mil)   (=enlist)   alistarse
b       vt + adv  
  [+employee]  
contratar,   (Sport)  
  [+player]  
fichar, contratar,   (Mil)  
  [+soldier]  
reclutar
Translation English - Spanish Collins Dictionary  
Collaborative Dictionary     English-Spanish
vi.
abrir la sesión
[INFO]
n.
la apertura de la sesión
[INFO]
v.
1) firmar (vi), 2) firmar (vt)
[BIZ]
n.
1) el signo, 2) el letrero
[BIZ]
v.
1) inscribirse (vi), 2) inscribir (vt)
[INFO]
vi.
abrir la sesión
[INFO]
n.
la apertura de la sesión
[INFO]
v.
1) firmar (vi), 2) firmar (vt)
exp.
firmar
(IDIOMS)
v.
aprobar algo (oficialmente) ; refrendar algo
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'sign on' also found in translations in Spanish-English dictionary
exp.
sign on
[Mil.]
v.
sign on the back
exp.
to sign on the dotted line
exp.
I went to sign on the dole
exp.
to sign on {o} enrol {o} enroll for the course in ...
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"sign on": examples and translations in context
You have to sign on as co-investigator so we can start moving forward. Tienes que firmar como co-investigadora para que podamos arrancar.
Give 10-10 lakh rupees each and sign on the form. Dadme 10-10 lakh cada uno y firmar el formulario.
I have the brightest sign on the strip. No tengo la más brillante cartel en la tira.
There's no sign on that door. No hay ningún cartel en la puerta.
Perhaps you didn't see the sign on the door... Quizás no vio el letrero en la puerta...
The sign on my office door. El letrero en la puerta de mi oficina.
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