sign with


sign with
ˈsign with [transitive] [present tense I/you/we/they sign with he/she/it signs with present participle signing with past tense signed with past participle signed with] phrasal verb
if you sign with a sports club, you join it by signing a contract
Thesaurus: club membership and joining a club, organization or grouphyponym to leave a club, organization or groupsynonym
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