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American Sign Language:  "key" or "keys"

Hold an imaginary "key" between your thumb and index finger and twist it twice in a lock.

Signing Note: If you use just a single twist, the sign becomes a "verb" that means "lock" as in, "I locked the door."

Sample sentence: YOUR KEYS, YOU LOSE BEFORE? = "Have you ever lost your keys?"

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