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sign-in

[ sahyn-in ]
/ ˈsaɪnˌɪn /
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noun

an act, an instance, or a time of signing in.

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Origin of sign-in

First recorded in 1945–50; noun use of verb phrase sign in
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British Dictionary definitions for sign-in

sign in

verb (adverb)

to sign or cause to sign a register, as at a hotel, club, etc
to make or become a member, as of a club
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Idioms and Phrases with sign-in

sign in

Record one's arrival by signing a register, as in He signed in both himself and his wife. [c. 1930] For the antonym, see sign out.

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