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American Sign Language: "basement"


The sign for "basement" circles the dominant hand in an "A" hand shape underneath the non-dominant "flat" palm.



Sample sentence: "Do you live in a basement apartment?"



BASEMENT: (animated .gif file)



Notes:
The sign basement can be used as an idiom to mean, "I didn't go out or do anything interesting. I just stayed home."
 



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