1. I
refuse to sign отказаться подписать(ся); sign and seal поставить печать и подпись, скрепить печатью и подписью; I want all of you to sign я хочу, чтобы вы все поставили свои подписи
2. II
sign in some manner sign willingly (formally, nominally, legally, etc.) охотно и т.д. подписаться /поставить подпись/; sign in full подписаться полностью, поставить полную подпись; sign somewhere sign here распишитесь здесь
3. III
sign smth. sign a letter (a will, a cheque, this paper, a document, a contract, a receipt, a petition, etc.) подписывать письмо и т.д.; sign one's name поставить свою подпись, подписаться, расписаться; sign the petition подписаться под петицией; sign one's initials поставить свой инициалы; by this act he has signed his doom этим он предрешил свою судьбу /подписал свой смертный приговор/
4. XI
be signed the treaty (this agreement, the decree, etc.) is signed договор и т.д. подписан; be signed with smth. pottery was signed with his name это была керамика с его подписью
5. XVI
1) sign for smth. sign for a package (for a flimsy, for a document, for a telegram, etc.) расписаться в получении бандероли и т.д.; sign on (to, in) smth. sign on the dotted line (ill the register, etc.) подпишитесь на пунктирной линии и т.д.; sign to a contract подписать /заключить/ контракт; sign with smb. sign with another team заключать контракт с другой командой; sign for smth. sign for three years дать обязательство работать /законтрактоваться на/ три года; the mailman didn't give me the letter because you have to sign for it yourself почтальон не дал мне письмо, так как вы должны сами расписаться в его получении || sign in smb. else's name подписаться чьим-л. именем
2) sign to smb. sign to them подать им знак; sign for smth. sign for silence знаком /жестом/ потребовать /попросить/ тишины, сделать знак, чтобы было тихо; sign to /for/ smb. to do smth. sign for them to stop (for him to halt there, to her to be quiet, to smb. to enter, etc.) делать /подавать/ им знак, чтобы они остановились и т.д., жестом останавливать их и т.д.; he signed to me to follow him он подал мне знак, чтобы я следовал за ним
sign oneself some нате а correspondent who signs himself "Victor" корреспондент, который всегда подписывается "Виктор"
7. XXI1
sign smth. to smth. sign one's name to a document (to a cheque, to a petition, etc.) подписать документ и т.д., поставить на документе и т.д. свою подпись, подписаться под документом и т.д.; sign one's letter to the paper (one's article to the magazine, one's contribution to the press, etc.) подписать [свое] письмо в газету и т.д.; sign smth. with smth. sign a paper with one's own blood подписать документ кровью, расписаться кровью на документе; sign smb. to smth. they signed that actor to a three-year contract они заключили /подписали/ с этим актером контракт на три года

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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