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un·der·sign

 (ŭn′dər-sīn′)
tr.v. un·der·signed, un·der·sign·ing, un·der·signs
To sign one's name at the bottom of (a letter or document).
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undersign

(ˌʌndəˈsaɪn)
vb (tr)
(Law) to sign the bottom (of a document)
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un•der•sign

(ˈʌn dərˌsaɪn)

v.t.
to sign one's name at the end of (a letter or document).
[1570–80]
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undersign


Past participle: undersigned
Gerund: undersigning

Imperative
undersign
undersign
Present
I undersign
you undersign
he/she/it undersigns
we undersign
you undersign
they undersign
Preterite
I undersigned
you undersigned
he/she/it undersigned
we undersigned
you undersigned
they undersigned
Present Continuous
I am undersigning
you are undersigning
he/she/it is undersigning
we are undersigning
you are undersigning
they are undersigning
Present Perfect
I have undersigned
you have undersigned
he/she/it has undersigned
we have undersigned
you have undersigned
they have undersigned
Past Continuous
I was undersigning
you were undersigning
he/she/it was undersigning
we were undersigning
you were undersigning
they were undersigning
Past Perfect
I had undersigned
you had undersigned
he/she/it had undersigned
we had undersigned
you had undersigned
they had undersigned
Future
I will undersign
you will undersign
he/she/it will undersign
we will undersign
you will undersign
they will undersign
Future Perfect
I will have undersigned
you will have undersigned
he/she/it will have undersigned
we will have undersigned
you will have undersigned
they will have undersigned
Future Continuous
I will be undersigning
you will be undersigning
he/she/it will be undersigning
we will be undersigning
you will be undersigning
they will be undersigning
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been undersigning
you have been undersigning
he/she/it has been undersigning
we have been undersigning
you have been undersigning
they have been undersigning
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been undersigning
you will have been undersigning
he/she/it will have been undersigning
we will have been undersigning
you will have been undersigning
they will have been undersigning
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been undersigning
you had been undersigning
he/she/it had been undersigning
we had been undersigning
you had been undersigning
they had been undersigning
Conditional
I would undersign
you would undersign
he/she/it would undersign
we would undersign
you would undersign
they would undersign
Past Conditional
I would have undersigned
you would have undersigned
he/she/it would have undersigned
we would have undersigned
you would have undersigned
they would have undersigned
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.undersign - sign at the bottom of (a document)undersign - sign at the bottom of (a document)  
sign - be engaged by a written agreement; "He signed to play the casino on Dec. 18"; "The soprano signed to sing the new opera"
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undersign

verb
To affix one's signature to:
Idioms: put one's John Hancock on, set one's hand to.
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"`The undersigned Louis Jacques Beaurepaire, lieutenant-colonel of artillery, Etienne Duchampy, general of brigade, and Claude Lecharpal, keeper of woods and forests, Declare, that on the 4th of February, a letter arrived from the Island of Elba, recommending to the kindness and the confidence of the Bonapartist Club, General Flavien de Quesnel, who having served the emperor from 1804 to 1814 was supposed to be devoted to the interests of the Napoleon dynasty, notwithstanding the title of baron which Louis XVIII.
"This is to certify that I, the undersigned, have given the bearer, my servant, full liberty to go to Baltimore, and spend the Easter holidays.
"We, the undersigned, do hereby declare that, on the day herein mentioned, we witnessed the arrival of Dr.