sign

 

The word "sign" can be used as a verb or as a noun when describing forms of communication.

When the word "sign" is used as a verb, it means that a person is providing proof of an agreement:

sign here

simple past past participle
sign
signed
signed
  • Jonathon signed his name on a rental agreement.
  • I sign my name when making a purchase with a credit card.
  • When you sign a contract, your signature makes it a binding agreement.

sign a contract He’s putting a signature on a contract.

There are many different ways to use the word "sign" as a noun:

  • Two fingers spread and held in the air form a peace sign.
peace sign
  • A peace sign can also take the form of a symbol universally recognized around the word.
peace sign
  • Signs can indicate when a business is having a sale.
sale
  • Signs on doors tell customers a store is open or closed.
closed
  • Some signs tell people what they can or cannot do.
beach closed sign
  • An American dollar sign is in the form of an "S" with a vertical line going through it.
dollar sign
  • A sign can be a symptom for a disease such as cancer or a condition that leads to a heart attack.
  • Dizziness might be a symptom or a sign that a person is going to have a heart attack.
old woman
  • Some people look to nature or to an event in their lives as a sign from God.
  • Is a big storm a sign from God or just another natural event?
sign from God

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Published on December 19, 2017