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re-sign (third-person singular simple present re-signs, present participle re-signing, simple past and past participle re-signed)

  1. To sign again; to provide one's signature again.
  2. (by extension) To sign a contract renewing or restarting a professional relationship, such as that of a professional athlete with a sports team.
    • 1997, Billboard (volume 109, number 30, page 86)
      At the end of last year, the band re-signed to XL for another three albums, despite being chased by majors that included Island, says manager Mike Champion of Midi Management.

Usage notesEdit

  • Spelling without the hyphen risks confusion with resign (quit, give up).