Sign with - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
sign (up) with someone or something
to enter into an agreement with someone or a group. I signed up with Tom and John to crew their ship in the regatta. Did you sign with the office equipment supplier yet?
To sign an employment contract with some organization: The soccer player signed with a team in Spain.
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Second-year C Marc Jackson is promising, but mad as all get-out with Warriors management, which refused to negotiate all summer, then blocked his attempt to sign with
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optimum visibility and readability becomes one of the most important ingredients of an advertising campaign, says The Signage Sourcebook.