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  • an object, quality, or event whose presence or occurrence indicates the probable presence or occurrence of something else.
    E.g. flowers are often given as a sign of affection
  • a gesture or action used to convey information or an instruction.
    E.g. she gave him the thumbs-up sign
  • a notice on public display that gives information or instructions in a written or symbolic form.
    E.g. I didn't see the ‘Stop’ sign
  • each of the twelve equal sections into which the zodiac is divided, named from the constellations formerly situated in each, and associated with successive periods of the year according to the position of the sun on the ecliptic.
    E.g. a sign of the Zodiac
  • the positiveness or negativeness of a quantity.
    E.g. the last four bits hold a pattern to represent the sign of the number
  • write one's name on (a letter, card, document, etc.) to identify oneself as the writer or sender.
    E.g. the card was signed by the whole class
  • use gestures to convey information or instructions.
    E.g. she signed to her husband to leave the room
  • indicate with signposts or other markers.
    E.g. the footpath is signed by the gate
  • mark or consecrate with the sign of the cross.
    E.g. he signed himself with the cross

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