Noun(1) a secret word or phrase known only to a restricted group(2) a second confirming signature endorsing a document already signed
Verb(1) add one's signature to after another's to attest authenticity
(1) advance, patrol, and give the countersign to me(2) Practice for issuing and using the parole varied over time and between armies: often it was paired with a countersign , uttered in response.(3) If two soldiers have the day's password and countersign , they can get physically close enough to kill each other without knowing that their uniforms don't match or their language isn't even the same.(4) Finally, we signed and countersigned a declaration that under no circumstances would we dive deeper than 6m, nor deviate from the officially designated route as indicated by the phosphorescent orange guide ropes.(5) The message, framed by America and countersigned by Britain, has been duly delivered, with impressive speed and efficiency.(6) All have many years of training and experience and no decision can be made without the countersignature of a senior colleague.(7) It would destroy the very purpose of the option if the purchaser had to obtain the vendor's countersignature to the notice by which it was exercised.(8) All issuances from the emperor had to have the countersignature of the minister responsible for the area affected.(9) Generally speaking, where the proceeds are for less than Ôö¼├║10,000, most life companies will be happy to accept a straightforward lost-policy declaration, countersigned by anyone over the age of 18 who is not a relative.(10) The Proclamation which you have just heard read by the Governor-General's Official Secretary was countersigned by Malcolm Fraser.(11) Many schools run a system whereby parents are asked to sign the homework diary every week, which is countersigned by the tutor.(12) In the dark, Smalls pretended to be the captain and, from his previous experiences, was able to provide all the correct countersigns to challenges from the various harbor fortifications.(13) The results, with comments, were then entered on the term report, countersigned by the form teacher and head and sent to the respective parents.(14) He contended that the premier's decision was not made on behalf of the government of KwaZulu-Natal, because it had not been countersigned by another executive member.(15) When I first started work as a Health Care Assistant we were allowed to document any care or other relevant details that we had given to a particular patient in their files, this always had to be countersigned by the Registered Nurse.(16) In emergency situations, the prescription order must be countersigned by the prescribing physician or dentist within 72 hours.
(1) countersign :: 副署
Different Formscountersign, countersigned, countersigning, countersigns
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