sign

n.
indication

1) to give, show a sign (he showed signs of advanced emphysema; they showed no signs of life)

2) an encouraging; sure, telltale, unmistakable sign

3) vital signs ('basic indications of life')

4) a sign that + clause (there had been no sign that the volcano would erupt)

mark, symbol

5) a minus; plus sign

6) a dollar sign

7) a call sign ('identifying letters of a radio station')

marker
placard

8) to post, put up; set up a sign

9) a for sale; no trespassing; road, traffic sign

10) (esp. AE) a sign that + clause (the police put up a sign that the road was closed)

misc.

11) to make the sign of the cross

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[saɪn]
no trespassing
plus sign
set up a sign
telltale
traffic sign
unmistakable sign
show a sign (he showed signs of advanced emphysema; they showed no signs of life)
['indication'] to give
['mark, symbol'] a minus
['marker'] ['placard'] to post
['misc. '] to make the sign of the cross
a dollar sign
a for sale
an encouraging
vital signs ('basic indications of life')
a call sign ('identifying letters of a radio station')
(esp. AE) a sign that + clause (the police put up a sign that the road was closed)
a sign that + clause (there had been no sign that the volcano would erupt)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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