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sign (sth) off

phrasal verb with sign uk   us   /saɪn/ verb
to give a final message at the end of a letter or when communicating by radio, or at the end of a television or radio programme: She signed off (her show) by wishing her listeners a Happy New Year.
Translations of “sign (sth) off”
in Chinese (Traditional) 結束(寫信、廣播或電視節目)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 结束(写信、广播或电视节目)…
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