au|to|graph1 [ˈo:təgra:f US ˈo:təgræf] n
[Date: 1600-1700; : Late Latin; Origin: autographum, from Latin autographus 'written with your own hand', from Greek, from auto- ( AUTO-) + -graphos 'written']
a famous person's signature that they give to someone who admires them
Can I have your autograph?
a player who would always sign autographs and chat with fans
autograph 2
autograph2 v [T]
if a famous person autographs a book, photograph etc, they sign it
a shirt autographed by the whole team

Dictionary of contemporary English. 2013.

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