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  • 1 sign

    1. noun
    1) (a mark used to mean something; a symbol: is the sign for addition.) σημείο,σύμβολο
    2) (a notice set up to give information (a shopkeeper's name, the direction of a town etc) to the public: road-sign.) πινακίδα,σήμα(της τροχαίας),επιγραφή,ταμπέλα
    3) (a movement (eg a nod, wave of the hand) used to mean or represent something: He made a sign to me to keep still.) σήμα,νεύμα,νόημα
    4) (a piece of evidence suggesting that something is present or about to come: There were no signs of life at the house and he was afraid they were away; Clouds are often a sign of rain.) σήμα,ένδειξη
    2. verb
    1) (to write one's name (on): Sign at the bottom, please.) υπογράφω
    2) (to write (one's name) on a letter, document etc: He signed his name on the document.) υπογράφω
    3) (to make a movement of the head, hand etc in order to show one's meaning: She signed to me to say nothing.) γνέφω,κάνω νόημα
    - signpost
    - sign in/out
    - sign up

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  • 2 Sign

    subs.
    Nod: P. νεῦμα, τό, V. σῆμα, τό; see Signal.
    Signal for battle, etc.: Ar. and P. σημεῖον, τό, V. σῆμα, τό.
    Proof, token: P. and V. σημεῖον, τό, τεκμήριον, τό, σύμβολον, τό, V. τέκμαρ, τό; see Proof.
    Signs in writing: V. συνθήματα, τά; see Writing.
    Portent: P. and V. τέρας, τό, φάσμα, τό, σημεῖον, τό, V. σῆμα, τό.
    Omen from birds: P. and V. οἰωνός, ὁ, Ar. and V. ὄρνις, ὁ or ἡ, V. πτερόν, τό, Ar. and V. σύμβολος, ὁ (also Xen.).
    Omen from sounds: P. and V. φήμη, ἡ, V. κληδών, ἡ, Ar. and V. φτις, ἡ.
    Heavenly sign: V. σῆμα, τό, σημεῖον, τό.
    ——————
    v. trans.
    Sign ( a document) and witness its being sealed: P. γράφειν καὶ συσσημαίνεσθαι (Dem. 928); see also Seal.
    Sign accounts ( pass them): P. εὐθύνας ἐπισημαίνεσθαι (lit., seal).
    Make a sign, signal: P. and V. σημαίνειν,Ar. and V. νεύειν.

    Woodhouse English-Greek dictionary. A vocabulary of the Attic language > Sign

  • 3 sign up

    1) (to join an organization or make an agreement to do something etc by writing one's name.) (εγ)γράφομαι
    2) (to engage for work by making a legal contract.) αναλαμβάνω υπηρεσία,πιάνω δουλειά

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  • 4 mark

    1. noun
    1) ((also Deutsche Mark, Deutschmark) the standard unit of German currency before the euro.)
    2) (a point given as a reward for good work etc: She got good marks in the exam.)
    3) (a stain: That spilt coffee has left a mark on the carpet.)
    4) (a sign used as a guide to position etc: There's a mark on the map showing where the church is.)
    5) (a cross or other sign used instead of a signature: He couldn't sign his name, so he made his mark instead.)
    6) (an indication or sign of a particular thing: a mark of respect.)
    2. verb
    1) (to put a mark or stain on, or to become marked or stained: Every pupil's coat must be marked with his name; That coffee has marked the tablecloth; This white material marks easily.)
    2) (to give marks to (a piece of work): I have forty exam-papers to mark tonight.)
    3) (to show; to be a sign of: X marks the spot where the treasure is buried.)
    4) (to note: Mark it down in your notebook.)
    5) ((in football etc) to keep close to (an opponent) so as to prevent his getting the ball: Your job is to mark the centre-forward.)
    - markedly
    - marker
    - marksman
    - marksmanship
    - leave/make one's mark
    - mark out
    - mark time

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  • 5 scan

    [skæn] 1. past tense, past participle - scanned; verb
    1) (to examine carefully: He scanned the horizon for any sign of a ship.) εξετάζω λεπτομερώς,ανιχνεύω
    2) (to look at quickly but not in detail: She scanned the newspaper for news of the murder.) ρίχνω μια γρήγορη ματιά
    3) (to pass radar beams etc over: The area was scanned for signs of enemy aircraft.) σαρώνω
    4) (to pass an electronic or laser beam over a text or picture in order to store it in the memory of a computer.) σκανάρω
    5) (to examine and get an image of what is inside a person's body or an object by using ultra-sound and x-ray: They scanned his luggage at the airport to see if he was carrying drugs.) κάνω ακτινογραφία
    6) (to fit into a particular rhythm or metre: The second line of that verse doesn't scan properly.) αναλύω μετρικά,έχω το σωστό μέτρο
    2. noun
    She had an ultrasound scan to see whether the baby was a boy or a girl; a brain scan; a quick scan through the report.) (ιατρική) -γράφημα

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  • 6 entry

    ['entri]
    plural - entries; noun
    1) ((an) act of coming in or going in: They were silenced by the entry of the headmaster.) είσοδος
    2) (the right to enter: We can't go in - the sign says `No Entry'.) δικαίωμα εισόδου
    3) (place of entrance, especially a passage or small entrance hall: Don't bring your bike in here - leave it in the entry.) είσοδος
    4) (a person or thing entered for a competition etc: There are forty-five entries for the painting competition.) διαγωνιζόμενος/δήλωση συμμετοχής
    5) (something written in a list in a book etc: Some of the entries in the cash-book are inaccurate.) εγγραφή,καταχώρηση

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  • 7 initial

    [i'niʃəl] 1. adjective
    (of, or at, the beginning: There were difficulties during the initial stages of building the house.) αρχικός
    2. noun
    (the letter that begins a word, especially a name: The picture was signed with the initials JJB, standing for John James Brown.) αρχικό(γράμμα)
    3. verb
    (to mark or sign with initials of one's name: Any alteration on a cheque should be initialled.) υπογράφω με τα αρχικά μου,μονογραφώ

    [-ʃieit]

    1) (to start (eg a plan, scheme, changes, reforms etc): He initiated a scheme for helping old people with their shopping.) ξεκινώ,εγκαινιάζω

    2) (to take (a person) into a society etc, especially with secret ceremonies: No-one who had been initiated into the society ever revealed the details of the ceremony.) μυώ,εισάγω

    [-ʃiət]

    (a person who has been initiated (into a society etc).) μυημένος

    - initiation
    - initiative

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  • 8 natural

    ['næ ərəl] 1. adjective
    1) (of or produced by nature, not made by men: Coal, oil etc are natural resources; Wild animals are happier in their natural state than in a zoo.) φυσικός
    2) (born in a person: natural beauty; He had a natural ability for music.) έμφυτος
    3) ((of manner) simple, without pretence: a nice, natural smile.) απροσποίητος,ανηπιτήδευτος
    4) (normal; as one would expect: It's quite natural for a boy of his age to be interested in girls.) φυσιολογικός
    5) (of a musical note, not sharp or flat: G natural is lower in pitch than G sharp.) φυσικός
    2. noun
    1) (a person who is naturally good at something.) γνήσιο ταλέντο
    2) (in music (a sign () indicating) a note which is not to be played sharp or flat.) αναίρεση
    - naturally
    - natural gas
    - natural history
    - natural resources

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  • 9 point

    [point] 1. noun
    1) (the sharp end of anything: the point of a pin; a sword point; at gunpoint (= threatened by a gun).) αιχμή,άκρη,μύτη
    2) (a piece of land that projects into the sea etc: The ship came round Lizard Point.) ακρωτήρι,κάβος
    3) (a small round dot or mark (.): a decimal point; five point three six (= 5.36); In punctuation, a point is another name for a full stop.) σημείο,στιγμή,τελεία
    4) (an exact place or spot: When we reached this point of the journey we stopped to rest.) σημείο
    5) (an exact moment: Her husband walked in at that point.) στιγμή
    6) (a place on a scale especially of temperature: the boiling-point of water.) σημείο,βαθμός,στιγμή,υποδιαίρεση
    7) (a division on a compass eg north, south-west etc.) σημείο σε πυξίδα
    8) (a mark in scoring a competition, game, test etc: He has won by five points to two.) πόντος
    9) (a particular matter for consideration or action: The first point we must decide is, where to meet; That's a good point; You've missed the point; That's the whole point; We're wandering away from the point.) θέμα,ζήτημα/επιχείρημα
    10) ((a) purpose or advantage: There's no point (in) asking me - I don't know.) λόγος,σκοπιμότητα
    11) (a personal characteristic or quality: We all have our good points and our bad ones.) στοιχείο,χαρακτηριστικό
    12) (an electrical socket in a wall etc into which a plug can be put: Is there only one electrical point in this room?) ρευματοδότης,πρίζα
    2. verb
    1) (to aim in a particular direction: He pointed the gun at her.) σημαδεύω,στρέφω
    2) (to call attention to something especially by stretching the index finger in its direction: He pointed (his finger) at the door; He pointed to a sign.) δείχνω
    3) (to fill worn places in (a stone or brick wall etc) with mortar.) αρμολογώ,γεμίζω τα κενά
    - pointer
    - pointless
    - pointlessly
    - points
    - be on the point of
    - come to the point
    - make a point of
    - make one's point
    - point out
    - point one's toes

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  • 10 token

    ['təukən]
    1) (a mark or sign: Wear this ring, as a token of our friendship.) τεκμήριο, δείγμα
    2) (a card or piece of metal, plastic etc, for use instead of money: The shopkeeper will exchange these tokens for goods to the value of $10.) κουπόνι

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  • 11 Signal

    v. trans.
    P. and V. σημαίνειν.
    Signal by fire: P. φρυκτωρεῖν, P. and V. πυρσεύειν (Xen.).
    Sixty Athenian ships were signalled as approaching from Leucas: P. ἐφρυκτωρήθησαν ἑξήκοντα νῆες Ἀθηναίων προσπλέουσαι ἀπὸ Λευκάδος (Thuc. 3, 80).
    Signal the enemy with treasonable intent: P. παραφρυκτωρεύεσθαι.
    ——————
    subs.
    Ar. and P. σημεῖον, τό, P. νεῦμα, τό, V. σῆμα, τό.
    Give a secret signal: P. νεύματι ἀφανεῖ χρῆσθαι (Thuc. 1, 134).
    Brasidas seeing the signal came up the double: P. ὁ Βρασίδας ἰδὼν τὸ σύνθημα ἔθει δρόμῳ (Thuc. 4, 112).
    Give signal, v.; P. and V. σημαίνειν; see Sign.
    Give signal for retreat: P. σημαίνειν ἀναχώρησιν (Thuc. 5, 10).
    The signal for silence was given by the trumpet: P. τῇ σάλπιγγι σιωπὴ ὑπεσημάνθη (Thuc. 6, 32).
    At a given signal: P. ἀπὸ σημείου ἑνός.
    Fire signal: P. and V. φρυκτός, ὁ, or pl.; see Beacon.
    A succession of signal fires: V. ἐκδοχὴ πομποῦ πυρός (Æsch., Ag. 299).
    ——————
    adj.
    P. and V. λαμπρός, V. ἔξοχος.
    Win a signal victory: P. and V. πολ νικᾶν, P. παρὰ πολὺ νικᾶν.

    Woodhouse English-Greek dictionary. A vocabulary of the Attic language > Signal

  • 12 cone

    [koun]
    1) (a solid figure with a point and a base in the shape of a circle or oval.) κώνος
    2) (the fruit of the pine, fir etc: fir-cones.) κουκουνάρι
    3) (a pointed holder for ice cream; an ice-cream cone.) χωνάκι
    4) (a warning sign placed next to roadworks etc or where parking is not allowed.) προειδοποιητικός κώνος

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  • 13 draw up

    1) ((of a car etc) to stop: We drew up outside their house.) σταθμεύω,σταματώ
    2) (to arrange in an acceptable form or order: They drew up the soldiers in line; The solicitor drew up a contract for them to sign.) συντάσσω
    3) (to move closer: Draw up a chair!) φέρνω κοντά
    4) (to extend (oneself) into an upright position: He drew himself up to his full height.) στήνομαι

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  • 14 evidence

    ['evidəns]
    1) (information etc that gives reason for believing something; proof (eg in a law case): Have you enough evidence (of his guilt) to arrest him?) μαρτυρία,αποδείξεις
    2) ((an) indication; a sign: Her bag on the table was the only evidence of her presence.) ένδειξη

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  • 15 hopeful

    1) ((negative unhopeful) full of hope: The police are hopeful that they will soon find the killer; hopeful faces; He is hopeful of success.) αισιόδοξος
    2) (giving a reason or encouragement for hope: That's a hopeful sign - perhaps he is going to change his mind after all.) ελπιδοφόρος
    3) (likely to be pleasant, successful etc: The future looks quite hopeful.) αίσιος

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  • 16 L-plate

    ['el,pleit]
    (a sign with the letter L (short for learner) on it that is attached to a car driven by a learner-driver.) ενδεικτικό σήμα νέου οδηγού

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  • 17 olive branch

    (a sign of a wish for peace: The government held out the olive branch to its opponents.) κλάδος ελαίας

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  • 18 promise

    ['promis] 1. verb
    1) (to say, or give one's word (that one will, or will not, do something etc): I promise (that) I won't be late; I promise not to be late; I won't be late, I promise (you)!) υπόσχομαι
    2) (to say or give one's assurance that one will give: He promised me a new dress.) τάζω
    3) (to show signs of future events or developments: This situation promises well for the future.) υπόσχομαι,παρέχω ελπίδες
    2. noun
    1) (something promised: He made a promise; I'll go with you - that's a promise!) υπόσχεση
    2) (a sign of future success: She shows great promise in her work.) προοπτική επιτυχίας

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  • 19 sackcloth

    noun (a type of coarse cloth formerly worn as a sign of mourning or of sorrow for sin.) τρίχινο ράσο πένθους

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  • 20 signal

    ['siɡnəl] 1. noun
    1) (a sign (eg a movement of the hand, a light, a sound), especially one arranged beforehand, giving a command, warning or other message: He gave the signal to advance.) σήμα,σύνθημα,σινιάλο
    2) (a machine etc used for this purpose: a railway signal.) σήμα
    3) (the wave, sound received or sent out by a radio set etc.) σήμα
    2. verb
    1) (to make signals (to): The policeman signalled the driver to stop.) κάνω σήμα/σινιάλο
    2) (to send (a message etc) by means of signals.) στέλνω σήμα

    English-Greek dictionary > signal

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