from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To sign again: re-signed the lease.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To sign again; to provide one's signature again.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To affix one's signature to, a second time; to sign again.
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The team has made an offer to re-sign Antonio Cromartie, but the process had been clouded by the club's weeklong, highly publicized pursuit of Nnamdi Asomugha.
I never speak about the conversations I have with the players, he said, when asked about whether Nasri had given him any assurances that he wanted to re-sign.
The Wolves want to re-sign Milicic, who now says he'd like to return to the NBA and the Wolves.
They don't get the "home town discount" when one of their own players decides he would like to re-sign with the team.
If signing with 19 Entertainment were a good idea, its Idol winners would neither sue to get out of their bad contracts or at the minimum re-sign at their expiration.
I'm optimistic that we have the chance to re-sign him.
Arsène Wenger has insisted that there is no downside to his decision to re-sign Thierry Henry on a two-month loan from the New York Red Bulls.
Getty Images Brandon Jacobs, left, took a pay cut to help the Giants re-sign fellow tailback Ahmad Bradshaw.
And Jacobs did go up to the second floor at Giants headquarters and accept a pay cut so money could be freed up to re-sign Bradshaw.
•Colby Armstrong (Atlanta): There would be many suitors for Armstrong, but the Thrashers would like to re-sign him and they need him for their run to make the playoffs.