sign noun translation English to Russian: Cambridge Dictionary
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Translation of "sign" - English-Russian dictionary

sign

noun [C]
 
 
/saɪn/
PROOF B1 something which shows that something is happening
признак, примета
Flowers are the first sign of Spring. [+ (that)] It's a sign that things are improving. Staff are showing signs of strain.Showing and demonstrating
NOTICE A2 a symbol or message in a public place which gives information or instructions
вывеска, объявление, указатель
a road sign a 'no-smoking' signInformation and messages
SYMBOL B2 a symbol which has a particular meaning
знак, обозначение
a dollar/pound sign the sign of the crossSigns, signals and symbolsSpecific signs and symbols
MOVEMENT B1 a movement you make to give someone information or tell them what to do
жест, знак
→  See also star sign Gestures and gesturing in general
(Definition of sign noun from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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