it's a sign of raines señal or indicio de lluvia;he searched for a sign of recognition on her facebuscó en su rostro una señal or muestra de reconocimiento;there was no sign of him anywhereno había ni rastro de él;there was no sign of lifeno había señales or rastro de vida;it was seen as a sign of weaknessse interpretaba como una muestra or señal de flaqueza;at the first sign of a cold, take vitamin Cal primer indicio de un resfriado, tome vitamina C
violence is a sign of fearHow pleasant to see a sign or two of summer once againThere is no sign that the economy is on the upturnshe saw her recovery from the illness as a sign from GodShe's supposed to have a terrible temper but I never saw a sign of it myself
it's a good/bad signes buena/mala señal;to show signs of sth/doing sthdar muestras or señales de algo/de hacer algo;the economy is beginning to show signs of recoveryla economía está dando muestras or señales de recuperarse
to show [no] signs of sth, doing sthshe showed no signs of fatiguehe showed no sign of remorse
the storm showed no sign of abatingla tormenta no daba muestras or señales de calmarse
the house showed no signs of being occupied
that's a sure sign he's feeling betteres una señal inconfundible de que se encuentra mejor
Wood dust beneath a piece of furniture is a sure sign of woodwormpoliticians saw this as a sure sign that the economy was on the mendshe thought giving in to any illness was a sure sign of weakness
it's a sign of the timeses señal de los tiempos que vivimos
to communicate by signshablar or comunicarse por señas
Through signs she communicated that she wanted the women to bring their children to the hospitalthe [thumbs-up] signthey gave Laval the thumbs-up sign
he gave the victory signhizo la seña de victoria;to make a sign to sbhacer una seña a algn;he made a sign for them to leaveles hizo una seña para que se marcharan;to make the sign of the Crosshacerse la señal de la cruz;santiguarse;to make the sign of the Cross over sthbendecir algo
to [make] a [rude] signthe driver hooted angrily and made a rude sign
3(notice)letrero (m);(road sign)señal (f) (de tráfico);(direction indicator)indicador (m);(shop sign)letrero (m);rótulo (m);(US)(carried in demonstration)pancarta (f)
the seatbelt signa man was standing beside the road holding a sign saying "London please"a sign saying the road was closed because of snowthe sign above the shop read "McKinley's Meats"
exit signletrero (m) de salida;a no-entry signuna señal de prohibición de entrada;a give way signuna señal de ceda el paso
the text was full of strange signs and symbolsel texto estaba lleno de símbolos extraños;what sign are you?¿de qué signo eres?
he did most of the research on his notation system sitting down at a desk. The signs and symbols he developed to describe movement down to the minutest detail had to be foolproofcontemporary philosophers no longer focus on Kant' s concerns. They deal with configurations # with signs and symbols, with patterns, with myth, with languageLook at the figures on either side of the equals sign.`I'm a Capricorn," said Melissa, `what's your sign?"to be born [under] a signMany people born under the sign of Capricorn, which Saturn rules, certainly fit this description.
plus/minus signsigno de más/menos
1[+contract, agreement, treaty]firmar
she signs herself B. Smithfirma con el nombre B. Smith;Sue Townsend will be signing her new bookSue Townsend firmará autógrafos en su nuevo libro
visitors are asked to sign the visitors' bookThe EEC and Japan refused to sign the agreementdon't sign anything before reading the small printThere are four letters here for you to signto sign [autographs]
to sign one's namefirmar;signed and sealedfirmado y lacrado;firmado y sellado
the contracts are signed and sealed - there's no turning back nowBush would like to have this treaty signed and sealed before he leaves office'definitely' is not a word I like to use until things are signed and sealedAs soon as everything's signed and sealed we can start thinking about the actual removal.