Just sign here.
Do not sign a delivery receipt unless it accurately lists the goods received.
Even at the end of the nineteenth century, sailors in the British Navy were not permitted to use knives and forks because using them was considered a sign of weakness.
To get technical information from that company, we first have to sign a non-disclosure agreement.
The most perfect ape cannot draw an ape; only man can do that; but, likewise, only man regards the ability to do this as a sign of superiority.
Thunder has been explained scientifically, and people no longer believe it is a sign that the gods are angry with them, so thunder, too, is a little less frightening.
He turned to his orange juice sullenly, sneering that every little additive would sign him up for experiments he wanted no part in.
I don't understand why they moved the soft sign in the Ukrainian alphabet; it seemed much more logical for me when it came at the end.
A stop sign in Japan has 3 sides, whereas a stop sign in the U.S. has 8 sides.
The sign for siblings in Japanese sign language could well be misunderstood by many Americans with disastrous consequences.
After countless burials of the hatchet, we always dig it up again. There doesn't seem to be any sign of an ever-lasting peace.
A sign is a clue something happened, or a display that communicates a message, like a stop sign that tells you stop. To sign also means to write your signature.
If you sign up to Facebook, your information will be sent to intelligence agencies.
I'd like to set up a sign like, "This Way ->," but what would it be if I made it in English?
Angielskie słowo "unterschreiben" (sign) występuje w zestawach:500 most important German verbs 201 - 225A2.2 unit 14German verbsirregular verbsvocabulary 2