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auditory-verbal

Auslan SignbankDictionary#2249 auditory-verbal
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As a Noun: 1. An educational philosophy and technique used in the education of some deaf children which stresses speech and listening without the reliance any visual clues, including lip patterns. English = auditory-verbal technique. As a Verb or Adjective: 1. Of an educator, to practise the auditory-verbal technique. 2. Of a deaf child, to be subjected to the auditory-verbal technique.

cued-speech

Auslan SignbankDictionary#1637 cued-speech
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As a Noun: 1. A communicative technique and an educational philosophy in the education of the deaf which uses handshapes and movements, made at the side of the mouth, to disambiguate the mouth patterns, and hence sounds, of speech. English = cued-speech. As a Verb or Adjective: 1. To used cued-speech.

deaf

Auslan SignbankDictionary#1364 deaf1a
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As a Noun: 1. A person or people who are unable to hear anything or unable to hear very well, especially the sounds of speech. English = a deaf person, deaf people, the deaf. 2. A person or people who are unable to hear anything or unable to hear very well, especially the sounds of speech, who use sign language to communicate and who form and identify as a community. English = a Deaf person, the deaf, the Deaf. As a Verb or Adjective: 1. To be unable to hear anything or to be unable to hear very well, especially the sounds of speech. English = (be) deaf. 2. To relate to deaf people and their community. English = (be) Deaf.

mute, dumb

Auslan SignbankDictionary#2248 mute
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As a Verb or Adjective: 1. Of a person, to be silent and not speak. English = (be) mute. 2. Of a person, to be silent and not speak because you are unable to, especially because you are deaf. English = (be) mute, (be) dumb.

Saint Gabriels

Auslan SignbankDictionary#195 Saint-Gabriels
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As a Noun: 1. A private Catholic school for the deaf in Sydney (NSW, Australia), called Saint Gabriel's School for the Deaf.

speaking, hearing

Auslan SignbankDictionary#443 speaking
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As a Noun: 1. A person who is able to use their voice to say words and communicate in speech; a person who is not mute or dumb; a person who is not mute or dumb and deaf; a speaking person; a speaking and hearing person. As a Verb or Adjective: 1. To be able to use your voice to say words and use speech to communicate; not to be mute or dumb; not to be deaf; to be a speaking (and hearing) person.

round trip, return journey, day tripper, commuter, laps, return ticket, day student, commute, go-to-and-fro

Auslan SignbankDictionary#506 go-to-and-fro1a
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As a Noun: 1. A journey to and from a place; a person who does such a journey in a day; a person who does such a journey every day to work and back. English = round trip, return journey; day tripper; commuter. 2. The movement to and fro between two locations (such as laps in a swimming pool). 3. A ticket to travel somewhere and then to come back. English = return ticket. 4. A day student at a school at which there are boarding students. As a Verb or Adjective: 1. To go in one direction and then to come back in the opposite direction; to go to and fro. 2. To go to or to travel to a place and then to come back, to make a return journey; to go back and forth between places; to commute. 3. To go back and forth inside a room, a container, or between the extremities of some object (such as swimming laps in a pool). 4. To travel to a place and back from that place to the starting point on a return ticket; to make a return trip. 5. To be a day student at a school at which there are boarding students.

interpreter, interpret

Auslan SignbankDictionary#260 interpret
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As a Noun: 1. A person whose job it is to listen to or watch what someone is saying or signing and translate it immediately into another language. English = interpreter. As a Verb or Adjective: 1. To translate something someone is saying or signing immediately into another language. English = interpret.

club, deaf club

Auslan SignbankDictionary#3973 club
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As a Noun: 1. A social club for people who are deaf; the deaf club. 2. In Australia, any of a number of state based organisations that provide services to the deaf community (interpreting, welfare, community education, etc.); the deaf society. 3. Any kind of social or sporting association or club.

alarm, flashing-light alarm, alarm clock

Auslan SignbankDictionary#142 flashing-light-alarm1a
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As a Noun: 1. A lamp attached to a clock or telephone that you can set to flash so that it wakes you up or gets your attention at a particular time, or flashes when the phone rings. It is mostly used by deaf people. English = flashing-light alarm. 2. A type of clock with a mechanism that can be set to ring, vibrate or flash a light at a certain time. Used for waking a person up. English = alarm clock. 3.