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- v. To add a name to the list of people who are participating in something.
- v. To add one's own name to the list of people who are participating in something.
- v. To agree to purchase some good or service.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. engage by written agreement
- v. join a club, an activity, etc. with the intention to join or participate,
Sorry, no etymologies found.
The first to sign up was Daniel Parker, the army contractor so warmly recommended by George Washington.
Delegators will sign up for a cruise to avoid planning their own travel itinerary.
When I moved to Los Angeles, in my twenties, the first thing I did was sign up for Jane Fondas aerobics classes.
The United Nations Global Compact is a program that corporations can sign up for, under which they promise to behave responsibly and to advance various social causes.
—All girls interested in running for the championship Lady Tigers Track Team should sign up in the gym office.
Maybe Aloha Quilt Camp could offer classes in a different quilting technique each morning, so that campers could sign up for those that appeal to them and skip the others.
As a result, the value is limitedso limited that one wonders why corporations take the trouble to sign up in the first place.
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When I began reclaiming my life, one of the first things I did was sign up for Pilates classes, a delicious yoga-like exercise regime that helped strengthen my body and relax my mind.
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