Phrasal verb: Sign off (on)
Spanish translation: 1. firmar, aprobar, confirmar, 2. despedirse con un mensaje
Definition: 1. Sign of on: To give an approval of a document or message, letter or email, 2. sign off: to give a final message at the end of a broadcast or communication or conversation.
Used in sentences:
1. Could you sign off on these expenses? They have to go into this month’s accounts.
2. You’re asking me to sign off on this staff hiring, but I don’t approve.
3. Every time he signs off, he uses the same words: “See you next week!”
Related words or phrases: approve, consent, give the go-ahead, depart with a message