1 (U) the act of signing something such as an agreement or contract: The club was excited about the signing of these two Argentinian football stars.
2 (C) BrE someone who has just signed a contract to join a sports team: United's latest signing will make his debut for the club on Saturday.

Longman dictionary of contemporary English. 2004.

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