Signage meaning

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The design or use of signs and symbols.
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Signs collectively; often, specif., publicly displayed commercial or municipal signs.
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Signs considered as a group.
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The design or use of signs and symbols.
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Signage is a term that is defined as all of the visual graphics (public advertisements, billboards, etc.) or groups of graphics that communicate information to the public.

A row of billboards along a roadway advertising beer companies, insurance companies, lawyers and nearby restaurants is an example of signage.

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Signs taken collectively.

The signage in the airport is designed to point the way clearly to important locations.

The poor signage at Heathrow is only in English.

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Origin of signage

  • sign +"Ž -age

    From Wiktionary