Translation of signing in Spanish:


firma, n.

Pronunciation /ˈsʌɪnɪŋ//ˈsaɪnɪŋ/


  • 1

    (act of signing)
    firma feminine
    rúbrica feminine formal
    • An order I wrote on Saturday needed re-writing and signing by the customer this evening before an appointment at seven.
    • This event commemorates the signing of the Recommendation Concerning the Status of Teachers on 5 October 1966.
    • Called the ‘nikah-namah,’ it is the signing of the marriage contract in front of witnesses.
    • She expressed ‘surprise and concern’ at not being informed of the terms of the agreement prior to its signing.
    • That is, by having an independent adult witness the signing of a document reduces the ability of the signatory to successfully deny the signature as a forgery at a later date.
    • World Wetlands Day on 2 February marks the occasion of the signing of the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands of International Importance in 1971.
    • Obviously, as we both have always maintained, reaching an agreement is by far the best way forward, and to this end request you forward the document for our signing.
    • The question was about the signing of the contract, which was not signed until a week before the production finished.
    • The official signing of the accord will take place by early February in Belgrade.
    • The signing of contracts will take place in August and development will proceed immediately.
    • The meeting was in consensus on the roll out plan to implement the network early next year, subject to signing of the agreement.
    • I hereby witness the signing of this document by the above named in my presence.
    • The signing of the agreements on Wednesday was delayed for several hours because of last-minute disputes over power-sharing.
    • He's tying the event in with the signing of the American Declaration Of Independence, signed a couple of miles over the other side of the city.
    • The meeting in Salzburg coincided with the third anniversary of the official signing of the Stability Pact.
    • Lanxing is attempting to complete due diligence inspections by the end of January, in preparation for the signing of a sales contract by the end of March.
    • He also played an active role in the two countries' signing of the trade agreement last year.
    • Governor Blagojevich's signing of this bill is evidence that making your voice heard can have a tangible effect on the laws that are passed.
    • Authorization typically occurs through the signing of an authorization document.
    • The rules eliminated the obligatory signing of a complicated contract and instead offered customers the opportunity to sign a simple receipt of the transaction instead.
  • 2

    fichaje masculine
    (person engaged) persona contratada feminine
    (person engaged) adquisición feminine
    • The Evening Press understands that another major signing could also be on the way to bring further cheer to the supporters - though his name has so far been kept under wraps.
    • A club record signing of £1m, he confounded supporters and the club by missing training sessions and going shopping instead.
    • Recent signings will undoubtedly provide extra strength and depth but Warne will always remain the key man.
    • He also appears to have a lot of influence on players and could land some top signings.
    • He was the team's most expensive free-agent signing of the off season.
    • Since I came here we have played very well and if it is down to the new signings then I am pleased with that and it also shows great managerial skills!
    • That extra time could allow the team to pursue a trade or signing late in spring training.
    • Gibson's injury triggered the off season signing of John Thornton, who will start alongside DT Tony Williams.
    • The signings, although no huge names, appear to be pretty decent players and seem to have fit into the pace of the English game well.
    • Souness's other new signings are starting to feel more at home, though.
    • At the start of camp, Conway felt he had to practice even though he had a tight hamstring in order to justify his signing to team management.
    • City currently have three players on loan - league rules allow up to four short-term signings at the same time.
    • Heupel's signing doesn't mean the team won't draft a quarterback.
    • But the club probably needed some changes after last season and I'm sure all the new signings will do very well.
    • Birmingham's summer signing has been a stalwart at right back as the team has put a difficult start to the campaign behind them.
    • Yes, I think there were six new signings in the summer and you can't expect players to click straight away.
    • Underwood signed a two-year deal with no signing or roster bonuses and only a few performance incentives to boost his minimum pay.
    • He surely could have never seen some of the close season signings play and that clubs must have offloaded them to us as part of an old pal's act.
    • This is the type of signing that exemplifies the best of free agency: a player who didn't mesh with one system receiving a chance on a team that is a better fit.
    • Other than the imminent signing of rookie Mike Smith, there are no indications right now the roster will look drastically different.
    • Pasiya also said his club opened a cheque book for the signing of an undisclosed defender for the coming season.
    • However, the management team moved quickly to bring in a clutch of signings and the season has picked up.
    • Chelsea signed him in the summer and I think he will turn out to be one of the best signings made by a team this summer.
    • All teams make signings that don't seem to pay off; it has become part of football.
    • The best and brightest earned fat signing bonuses, big salaries, and fancy perks.
    • Here are some players worthy of signing as restricted free agents in exchange for late-round picks this year.
    • Sid Domic, another top overseas signing, is set to play stand off.
    • After the surgery, Rivera offered to return his signing bonus, but the Cowboys wouldn't let him.
    • Belle Vue have landed top Czech star Tomas Topinka in a bid to improve their dismal home record - and another big signing is in the pipeline.
    • At least one free agent signing will be mandatory, as someone with a name is going to have to take over for the departing Todd Jones.
    • He desperately needs support, but the Newcastle manager has promised at least three new signings by the end of August.
    • Some managers probably feel that supporters demand signings, in particular when they are on a losing run or the team has injuries.
    • Forget the latest flap: he won't be traded unless he returns some signing bonus money.
    • He has brought in and got rid of a number of players, but remains keen to make more signings.
    • He has been a pillar of strength at full back - the model of consistency and a top signing according to football director Steve Simms.
    • But United said the impact of these signings would be spread across current and subsequent financial years.
    • The free-agent signing of LB James Darling might prove to be one the best acquisitions of the off season.
    • The off season signing of Green, the NFC's top-rated passer last year for the St. Louis Rams, was met with much fanfare.
    • Taylor's team contained no fewer than seven signings since last summer.
    • Peck, who became Leigh's chief executive earlier this week, is promising to help finance further signings.