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sign

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1 a movement of the body or limbs that expresses or emphasizes an idea or feeling
  • made a sign for the audience to be quiet
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2 a written or printed mark that is meant to convey information to the reader
  • an "and" sign
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sign, mark, token, note, symptom mean a discernible indication of what is not itself directly perceptible. sign applies to any indication to be perceived by the senses or the reason.
    • encouraging signs for the economy
mark suggests something impressed on or inherently characteristic of a thing often in contrast to general outward appearance.
    • a mark of a good upbringing
token applies to something that serves as a proof of something intangible.
    • this gift is a token of our esteem
note suggests a distinguishing mark or characteristic.
    • a note of irony in her writing
symptom suggests an outward indication of an internal change or condition.
    • rampant crime is a symptom of that city's decay

sign

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to write one's name on (as a document)
  • You'll have to sign the contract for it to be legal.
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