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Meaning of “sign on” - Learner’s Dictionary

sign on

phrasal verb with sign     /saɪn/ verb [I, T]
START WORK
to sign a document saying that you will work for someone: She's signed on with a temp agency.Recruiting staff, applying for and accepting jobs
NOT IN WORK UK
to sign a form at a government office to say that you do not have a job and that you want to receive money from the governmentUnemployment
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