sign up

VERB
  1. engage by written agreement
    They signed two new pitchers for the next season
  2. join a club, an activity, etc. with the intention to join or participate
    Sign up for yoga classes
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How To Use sign up In A Sentence

  • NSW Architecture Awards Announced: Gorgeous Oz-chitecture Balgowlah House by Reg Lark – Inhabitat about mission submit a story shop advertise with us support us press contact sign up NSW Architecture Awards Announced: Gorgeous Oz-chitecture Balgowlah House by Reg Lark – Inhabitat
  • The more customers that sign up, the more profitable this company becomes, since it earns interest on escrowed payroll taxes from customers.
  • To answer the 300-odd posers on the questionnaire without then being persuaded to sign up for the religion was an essential rite-of-passage for any spotty adolescent struggling to find their own voice.
  • Be sure to sign up now and enter for a chance to win this great prize. The Sun
  • The pilots access the application on the Web, then sign up to go to a proctored location to take the online tests.
  • Nevertheless, the only East European country to sign up has been Romania (and the Romanian government is now back-pedalling, claiming that it was intimidated by Washington).
  • Mindless bots, driven not to dominate but to sell, sign up for thousands of free email accounts every minute, sending millions of spam messages from them.
  • In a separate development yesterday, Eircom turned up the heat in its attempts to sign up more customers by launching a new introductory package.
  • All the youngsters look terribly puny, as if they need to sign up for a bodybuilding course.
  • Only when the album was nearing completion and he realised the huge commercial boost it would give the band did he sign up for it. Times, Sunday Times
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