One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Formally engage someone in employment.‘the company is signing up people to write programs’
- ‘In 2003, Walker was signed up by the sportswear manufacturer despite being just three-and-a-half.’
- ‘They have worked hard in other areas, with suggestions that men of this calibre of might be signed up as support staff for the new coach.’
- ‘Meanwhile she refused to confirm that the actress has been signed up to promote her Ultimo underwear.’
- ‘The Bolton TV presenter has been signed up by Radio 1 DJ, becoming the station's third presenter from the town.’
- ‘Earlier this year Lipman was signed up to promote her erstwhile employer's arch-rival, the Carphone Warehouse.’
- ‘If Romanov is serious, he should let Robertson identify the players he wants to keep at the club and sign them up on new contracts.’
- ‘I'll definitely be getting a place in the Hamptons when Calvin Klein finally signs me up for a worldwide marketing campaign.’
- ‘Former aerospace man Stuart Roby has been signed up to streamline manufacturing processes in the North-west.’
- ‘The TV veteran and former boxing champion has been signed up as a columnist by the Aberdeen Evening Express.’
- ‘The 15-year-old from Worsley has been signed up for a major role in a comedy drama series about teenagers, called The A to Z of Everything.’
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