signar
signar
transitive verb
1. (literary) (to put one's signature on) 
a. to sign 
El tratado de paz fue signado por los países contendientes.The peace treaty was signed by the warring nations.
2. (literary) (to brand) 
a. to mark 
Las guerras mundiales signaron la primera mitad del siglo XX.The world wars marked the first half of the 20th century.
Con "La Consagración de la Primavera", Stravinsky signó la historia de la música.With "The Rite of Spring", Stravinsky put his mark on music history.
c. to seal 
Las invitaciones para ceremonia nupcial fueron signadas con lacre antes de ser enviadas por correo.The wedding ceremony invitations were sealed with wax before they were mailed.
3. (religious) 
a. to cross 
El sacerdote signó al soldado herido y rezó a su lado.The priest crossed the wounded soldier and prayed next to him.
signarse
pronominal verb
4. (religious) 
No soy religioso, pero me signé cuando el avión entró en zona de turbulencia.I'm not religious, but when the airplane hit turbulence, I crossed myself.
signar
transitive verb
1 (sellar) to seal
2 (marcar) to put one's mark on
3 (firmar) to sign
4 (Religión) to make the sign of the Cross over
pronominal verb
signarse to cross o.s.
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