signage

[ UK /sˈa‍ɪnɪd‍ʒ/ ]
[ US /ˈsaɪnɪdʒ/ ]
NOUN
  1. signs collectively (especially commercial signs or posters)
    there will be signage displayed at each post
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How To Use signage In A Sentence

  • On the sponsorship side, Bravo will gain exposure via mentions in all tour advertising, including direct mail, on-site signage and in playbills.
  • The applicant also proposed directional signage to the back parking lot, renovations to the underground parking lot to improve its lighting and appearance, and the addition of a card access security system.
  • As well as the internal works, the external elevation of the building will be altered and new signage will be erected.
  • Our streets are too cluttered with unnecessary rubbish, be it signage, bollards or railings.
  • The Rosenallis approach should be improved with better signage and road re-surfacing.
  • The minister said the review will be part of a planned changeover to metric speed limit signage, from MPH to kilometers per hour.
  • I refuse to push my baby daughter into the path of oncoming traffic because the local council is too tight-fisted to put in place proper signage and I imagine many other mothers feel the same way.
  • In the 1930s this area became home to Chinese immigrants, who added Asian-inspired decorative latticework, ornamental metal railings, and Chinese / English signage.
  • I liked the Bonaventure signage, too – Helvetica in lozenge shapes, color coded by area. 2009 October : Scrubbles.net
  • I thought it was a joke, but apparently all the signage is already being changed. Click click click « One Size Fits One
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