re-sign

[ ree-sahyn ]
/ riˈsaɪn /

verb (used with or without object)

to sign again.
to renew or extend a contract.

Nearby words

  1. re-route,
  2. re-search,
  3. re-serve,
  4. re-side,
  5. re-siding,
  6. re-soluble,
  7. re-sort,
  8. re-sound,
  9. re-strain,
  10. re-trace

Origin of re-sign

First recorded in 1795–1805

Can be confusedre-sign resign

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British Dictionary definitions for re-sign

re-sign

/ (riːˈsaɪn) /

verb

to sign (a document, etc) again
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Word Origin and History for re-sign

re-sign

v.

"sign again," 1805, from re- + sign (v.). Related: Re-signed; re-signing.

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