sign-up

or sign·up

[ sahyn-uhp ]
/ ˈsaɪnˌʌp /

noun

an act or instance of signing up.

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Origin of sign-up

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

sign up

verb

(adverb) to enlist or cause to enlist, as for military service
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Idioms and Phrases with sign-up

sign up

Enlist in an organization; also, register or subscribe to something. For example, He signed up for four years in the navy, or Are you planning to sign up for that pottery class? [Early 1900s]

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