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Translation of "sign" - English-Korean dictionary

sign

noun   /saɪn/
A2 a symbol or message in a public place that gives information or instructions 사인, 표지 a road sign a “no smoking” sign
B1 something that shows that something is happening 징후, 조짐 Flowers are the first sign of spring. It’s a sign that things are improving.
B1 a movement you make to give someone information or tell them what to do 신호
a symbol that has a particular meaning 기호 a pound sign
one of the twelve signs that are based on star positions when you are born, which some people believe shows what type of person you are 별자리 “What sign are you?” “I’m Capricorn.”
(Definition of sign noun from the Cambridge English-Korean Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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