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American Sign Language:  "down"


DOWN
The direction "down."
Signing note: "DOWN" can also mean "THIS."
Signing note: If you use a double movement it can mean DOWNSTAIRS.




DOWN: "demoted"
To move "down" in the chain of command. To become of a lower priority.  To be the next one down on the list:


DOWN: "depressed" or "feeling down"


CALM-DOWN:
Push your hands downward twice.
If you push downward then move the hands a bit to the side a bit and push down again it can mean "Take it easy," "taking it easy," or "chillin."



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