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hand-me-down, give back, return

Auslan SignbankDictionary#4544 give.back
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As a Noun: 1. Things, especially clothing, which have been used by other people before you and which have been given to you for your use. Idiomatic English = hand-me-down. As a Verb or Adjective: 1. Of the signer, to be given back something; of the addressee, to give something back to the signer. English = give back, return. 2. Of the signer, to be given or handed something by someone, to be provided with it or allowed to have it; to be given something.

suck

Auslan SignbankDictionary#2250 suck
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As a Noun: 1. The action of holding something to your mouth and pulling at it with the muscles in your cheeks and tongue, for example in order to get liquid out of it. English = suck. As a Verb or Adjective: 1. To hold something to your mouth and pull at it with the muscles in your cheeks and tongue, for example in order to get liquid out of it; to draw an object or liquid into a particular direction with a powerful force. English = suck.

experience, acquisition, acquire, take in, pick up, absorb

Auslan SignbankDictionary#2153 take-in-experience
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As a Noun: 1. Something that happens to you that you can feel physically but which has a particularly important psychological or intellectual impact. English = experience. 2. Things that have happened to you or that you have done before in your life. English = experiences. 3. The learning of a skill by watching and doing, especially learning to speak or sign a language by being exposed and immersed in it as a child. English = acquisition. As a Verb or Adjective: 1. To undergo the feelings and sensations of a particular situation, often in a way that affects you a lot, especially psychologically or intellectually. English = experience. 2. To pay attention to a particular situation in order to remember or learn as much from it as possible. Idiomatic English = take in, pick up, absorb. 3. To learn a skill by watching and doing, especially speaking or signing a language, by being exposed and immersed in it as a child. English = acquire.

fit into, put into, insert, insertion

Auslan SignbankDictionary#167 insert
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As a Noun: 1. The act of putting one object inside another. English = insertion. As a Verb or Adjective: 1. To put one object inside another, or to make it part of another object. English = insert, put into, fit into.

involve, include, incorporate, participate, involved, included, involvement, inclusion, participation, incorporation

Auslan SignbankDictionary#1960 involve1a
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As a Noun: 1. The act of taking part in something. English = involvement, participation 2. The act of being part of something else. English = inclusion, incorporation. 3. The act of making a person or thing part of a group or collection. English = inclusion. 4. As a Verb or Adjective: 1. Of something in a situation or activity, to be a necessary part or to be affected by the situation or activity. English = involve, incorporate. 2. Of an object, situation or activity, to have something else as one of its parts. English = include, incorporate. 3. To take part in some activity; to be a part of something else. English = participate, (be) involved in; (be) included in. 4. Of things in a task, situation, or system, to be required in order to achieve it or to understand it and the problems that it causes. English = (be) involved.

get, obtain, procure, receive

Auslan SignbankDictionary#1881 receive1a
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As a Verb or Adjective: 1. For something to come into your possession by you taking it or, especially, by someone giving it or sending it to you. English = get. Formal English = obtain, procure. 2. To be given something; to get something after it has been sent to you. English = receive.

underside, under, underground

Auslan SignbankDictionary#2903 under
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As a Noun: 1. The part of something that normally faces towards the ground. English = underside. As a Verb or Adjective: 1. To be located directly below or beneath something. English = (be) under. 2. To move so that you are located directly below or beneath something. English = go under. 3. To be located under the surface of the ground. English = (be) underground. 4. To be in the power or control of a particular person or government. English = (be) under.

replace, substitute, embellish, replacement, add

Auslan SignbankDictionary#3243 ADD-REPLACE1c
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agree, agreement, appointment, suit (agree with), covenant

Auslan SignbankDictionary#3385 agree1a
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As a Noun: 1. The same opinion or idea about something shared between two or more people. English = agreement, accord. 2. A set time two or more people formally decide to meet and do something, especially when connected with work. English = appointment. 3. In biblical usage, the agreement of God with man as set forth in the Old and New Testaments. Formal religious English = covenant. As a Verb or Adjective: 1. To share the same idea or opinion between two or more people. English = agree. 2. To formally fix a set time between two or more people to meet and do something, especially something related to work. English = make an appointment. 3. (When speaking of clothes) to look good and appropriate on a person; (when speaking of food or medicine) to taste good and not make you feel sick or nauseous. English = suit, agree with.

all together, altogether

Auslan SignbankDictionary#2566 altogether
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As a Noun: 1. A group of people who are related to each other, especially parents and their children. English = family. As Modifier: 1. Of all things or people, to be in one place at one time; or of different actions or events, to take place all at one time. English = all together. 2. Used between a verb sign and a following noun sign to mean that the action was done in the company of or by the means of that thing or person. English = together with. 3. Used to modify a whole sentence or thought to mean in total, on the whole or completely. English = altogether. Note: 1. It has been reported by some Auslan signers that this sign can also be used in the sense of 'family'.