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autograph

noun [C] uk   /ˈɔː.tə.ɡrɑːf/  us   /ˈɑː.t̬ə.ɡræf/
a signature (= your name written by yourself), especially of a famous person: Did you get his autograph?

autograph

verb [T] uk   /ˈɔː.tə.ɡrɑːf/  us   /ˈɑː.t̬ə.ɡræf/
to write your signature (= your name written by yourself) on something for someone else to keep: I got her to autograph my T-shirt. She gave me an autographed photograph of herself.
Translations of “autograph”
in Arabic أوتوغراف, تَوقيع لِشَخص مَشْهور…
in Korean 사인…
in Malaysian autograf…
in French autographe…
in Turkish ünlü birinin imzası, adı soyadı…
in Italian autografo…
in Chinese (Traditional) (名人的)親筆簽名…
in Russian автограф…
in Polish autograf…
in Vietnamese bút tích…
in Spanish autógrafo…
in Portuguese autógrafo…
in Thai ลายเซ็น…
in German das Autogramm…
in Catalan autògraf…
in Japanese (有名人の)サイン…
in Indonesian tanda tangan…
in Chinese (Simplified) (名人的)亲笔签名…
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