sign offphrasal verb

  • ja[署名して]正式に承認する
  • ento officially approve something by signing your name

Examples

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Hey, hey.
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I made you another bowl of soup since you spilled yours earlier,
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but you're gonna have to come over here to get it.
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All right, Peralta, I'm sick of you wasting time,
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so yes, I spilled some minestrone on my pants,
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and I'm sitting in my underwear.
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Happy?
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Yes!
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Ah!
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Sir, I need you to sign off on—
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Look at us.
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Just 3 people with pants on having a normal conversation.
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Yep, no story here.
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"Have you seen 'Love, Simon?'
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And if so, what did you think about Panic! being featured in it?"
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I haven't seen it yet, I am going to very soon.
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I was very flattered.
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A fan had tweeted me a synopsis of all the mentions of Panic!
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I remember getting the email a year and a half ago.
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We had talked about it.
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And we signed off, it was under a different name.
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I can't remember.
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But I was just like, "Yeah, this sounds like a really cool story."
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After 17, years they fired their CEO.
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Now, if you connect the dots, it really seems like
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someone sent the CEO a message from some department within this large company,
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and they said, "Hey, CEO,
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sign off on this 56 million dollar transfer for this project."
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Fifty-six million dollars, and I'm sure by applying things like social pressure
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and taking advantage of those psychological back doors,
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somebody would think, "Well, I don't want to be embarrassed
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and admit I don't know what project this is."
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Yeah.
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"But he's mentioning things that tells me that I probably approved this at a previous date."
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I have a wood shop, and I'm planning a little expansion.
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Need my buddy, Mark the city planner, to sign off on the plans.
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Sure, I just need to schedule an inspection.
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That's not really necessary.
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Yes, it is, but you'll be fine as long as you don't have any code violations.
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And you don't have any code violations, do you?
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Nope.
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Blockchains allow for us to create an open, global platform
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on which to store any attestation about any individual from any source.
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This allows us to create a user-controlled portable identity.
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More than a profile,
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it means you can selectively reveal the different attributes about you
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that help facilitate trade or interaction,
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for instance that a government issued you an ID, or that you're over 21,
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by revealing the cryptographic proof that these details exist and are signed off on.

Other meanings for sign off...

sign offphrasal verb

  • ja〔テレビ番組などを〕締めくくる、終了する
  • ento end something such as a broadcast, letter, conversation, or work shift
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This is Ripley, last survivor of the Nostromo… signing off.
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Hey, Ellen.
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I think everybody here in Burbank's going to vote.
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This is Macey signing off from the campaign headquarters.
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Love you, Ellen.
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Bye!
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Special thanks to our friends at Sam's Club for making this video possible.
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Click here for a special offer on a Sam's Club membership for Dude Perfect fans.
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And if you want to see the last video, click over here.
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Signing off for now.
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Pound it.
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Noggin.
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I usually sign off my videos by saying, "Stay happy and healthy."
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But for this one, let's do something different.
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Stay alert, not anxious.