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faith, belief, believe

Auslan SignbankDictionary#4454 belief-faith
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As a Noun: 1. A strong religious belief. English = faith. 2. A feeling of certainty that something exists, is true, or is good. As a Verb or Adjective: 1. To have a strong religious belief. English = have faith, believe in. 2. To have a feeling of certainty that something exists, is true, or is good. English = believe.

daydream

Auslan SignbankDictionary#1610 daydream
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As a Noun: 1. A series of pleasant thoughts, especially about things you would like to happen. English = daydream. As a Verb or Adjective: 1. To have a series of pleasant thoughts, especially about things you would like to happen. English = daydream.

dream, daydream, imagination, imagine, imaginative

Auslan SignbankDictionary#2164 dream1a
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As a Noun: 1. An imaginary series of events that you experience in your mind while you are asleep. English = dream. 2. A situation or event which you often think about because you would very much like it to happen. English = dream, day-dream. As a Verb or Adjective: 1. To see imaginary pictures or events in your mind while you are asleep. English = dream. 2. To think about a situation or event because you would very much like it to happen. English = dream, day-dream.

imagine, imagination

Auslan SignbankDictionary#348 imagine1a
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As a Noun: 1. The ability that you have to form ideas of new or exciting things; the part of your mind which you use to form pictures or ideas of things that do not necessarily exist in real life. English = imagination. As a Verb or Adjective: 1. To form a picture of idea of something in your mind. English = imagine.

misinterpret, misunderstand, misinterpretation, misunderstanding

Auslan SignbankDictionary#1098 misinterpret1a
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As a Noun: 1. An understanding of something which is wrong. English = misinterpretation. 2. A failure to understand something such as a situation or a person's remarks. English = misunderstanding. As a Verb or Adjective: 1. To understand something wrongly. English = misinterpret. 2. To not understand properly what someone says or writes. English = misunderstand.

misunderstanding, misunderstand, bewilder

Auslan SignbankDictionary#2136 misunderstand.overhead
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As a Noun: 1. The failure to understand something such as a situation or a person's remarks. English = misunderstanding. As a Verb or Adjective: 1. To fail to understand properly what someone has said, signed or written, especially when that failure is due to one's own ignorance. English = misunderstand. Idiomatic English = miss the point, not get the point, not follow, not get the message. 2. To confuse or confound someone by being difficult to understand, especially because of the language of type of language being used (eg, jargon). English = bewilder.

overlook, disregard, neglect, omission, omit

Auslan SignbankDictionary#1567 overlook
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As a Noun: 1. A mistake which is the result of failing to see or be aware of, or failing to realise the importance of, a fact or a problem. 2. Something which has not been included through a mistake or by being overlooked. English = omission. As a Verb or Adjective: 1. To fail to see or be aware of, or fail to realise the importance of, a fact or a problem. English = overlook, disregard, neglect. 2. To forget to include something. English = omit.

memory, remember, recall, memorise, recollect, remembrance, recollection, memorisation

Auslan SignbankDictionary#15 remember1a
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As a Noun: 1. The bringing back into your mind the thought or impression of something that happened in the past. English = remembrance, recollection. 2. Your ability to remember things. English = memory, recall. 3. Something that you remember about the past. English = memory. 4. The learning of something exactly so that you can remember it exactly. English = memorisation. As a Verb or Adjective: 1. To bring the thought and mental impression of something that happened in the past back into your mind now, at a later date. English = remember, recall, recollect. 2. To learn something thoroughly so that you can remember it exactly. English = memorise.

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.

think, thought, reckon, brain

Auslan SignbankDictionary#349 think1a
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As a Noun: 1. An idea that you have in your mind. English = thought. 2. The organ inside your head that enables you to think and feel things such as heat and pain. English = brain. As a Verb or Adjective: 1. To use your mind to form an opinion, idea or image of something. English = think. 2. To have an opinion that something is true or the case. English = think. Informal English = reckon. 3. Of an idea or thought, for it to suddenly come into your mind or awareness.