sign out / off
We have 'sign in and sign out'. How about 'sign in and sign off'?
What is difference between 'sign out' and 'sign off'?
Re: sign out / off
Originally Posted by Unregistered
When you "sign out" you write your name and time you are leaving in a book (next to your name and time that you signed in) then leave. Visitors to a company often have to do this.
You could also "sign out" a book from a library in a similar manner.
"Sign off" is usually what a TV or radio announcer does when they are finished their story...when they say good-bye. It isn't written.
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