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sign (sb) in

phrasal verb with sign uk   /saɪn/ us   /saɪn/ verb
to sign your name or the name of someone who is visiting you in a book, in order to be allowed to enter a building such as an office or hotel: New security measures require all visitors to sign in at the reception desk and wear a visitor's badge.
(Definition of sign (sb) in from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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sign sb in

phrasal verb with sign uk   /saɪn/ us   verb
to sign your name in order to allow someone to enter an office or other building: Will you be there to sign me in when I arrive?
(Definition of sign sb in from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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