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signed up

adjective as in enlisted

adjective as in enrolled

adjective as in hired

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YouTube has signed up over a million partners (people who agree to run ads over their videos to make money from their content).

About 155,000 people signed up for plans under Obamacare, as near as I can tell about two-thirds of them subsidized.

And not just safe for test pilots, but safe enough for the long line of celebrities who had signed up to ride the rocket.

When the soldiers in the 12th Barttalion signed up to fight, they each were given a gun by the defense ministry.

Just a few days ago, I signed up for Beats Music, hoping that this would be the answer.

As soon as they saw our papers signed up by the first man-of-war they let us go very promptly.

There was nothing for me, but I signed up and am to be there at eight in the morning.

It wouldn't matter soon, though; once he was signed up at the recruiting station, there would be no time to think.

There were so many bands signed up they were talking about setting up a B-stage for the secondary acts.

Ken and I signed up for it and we lasted two days before being eliminated.


On this page you'll find 526 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to sign up, such as: agree, buy, negotiate, owe, settle, and undertake.

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