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    Ink the deal???

    Could someone please explain me what "ink the deal" means? I am an Italian translator... Thanks in advance

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    Re: Ink the deal???

    Quote Originally Posted by sara_0026 View Post
    Could someone please explain me what "ink the deal" means? I am an Italian translator... Thanks in advance
    This is a relatively new coining - I'd guess late '90s. It means 'sign the contract'.

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