cosign

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cosign

to sign a document jointly with another; to endorse, as for a mortgage: his father cosigned the loan on his new car
Not to be confused with:
cosine – a mathematical term

co·sign

 (kō-sīn′)
tr.v. co·signed, co·sign·ing, co·signs
1. To sign (a document) jointly.
2. To endorse (another's signature), as for a loan.

co·sign′er n.

cosign

(kəʊˈsaɪn)
vb
1. (tr) to sign (a document) jointly
2. (Banking & Finance) (intr) banking to sign a document that has already been signed by a borrower of money, declaring that, should the borrower be unable to repay that money, the signer will repay the amount due

co•sign

(ˈkoʊˌsaɪn, koʊˈsaɪn)

v.i., v.t.
to sign as a cosigner.
[1900–05]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.cosign - sign jointly; "Husband and wife co-signed the lease"
validate, formalise, formalize - declare or make legally valid
2.cosign - sign and endorse (another person's signature), as for a loan
endorse, indorse - sign as evidence of legal transfer; "endorse cheques"
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For example, when comparing the average mean cosigns of master's and bachelor's programs, the master's level is .51 and the bachelor's is .45.
The cosign of each program with every other program in the sample averaged .48.
The exploration indicates the LSA cosign ranges can be evaluative indicating strong, medium, weak or minimal levels.