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signature

noun
 
 
/ˈsɪɡnətʃər/
[C] your name written by yourself, always in the same way, often used on documents to show that you have read something or that you agree to something: I need your signature on this release document He accused her of forging his signature.collect/gather signatures We are collecting signatures for a petition.
[U] formal the act of signing something: I enclose one part of the contract for signature by you.
→  See also digital signature , electronic signature , specimen signature
Translations of “signature”
in Arabic تَوْقيع…
in Korean 서명…
in Malaysian tandatangan, menandatangani…
in French signature…
in Turkish imza…
in Italian firma…
in Chinese (Traditional) 簽名…
in Russian подпись…
in Polish podpis…
in Vietnamese chữ ký, việc ký cái gì…
in Spanish firma…
in Portuguese assinatura…
in Thai ลายเซ็น, การเซ็นชื่อ…
in German die Unterschrift, die Signatur…
in Catalan signatura…
in Japanese 署名, サイン…
in Indonesian tanda tangan, penandatanganan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 签名…
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