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choke, stuck, trapped

Auslan SignbankDictionary#3663 choke
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As a Noun: 1. A device in a car, lorry, or other vehicle that reduces the amount of air going into the engine and makes it easier to start. English = choke. As a Verb or Adjective: 1. To be unable to continue doing something because it is too difficult, or to be in an unpleasant situation and to be unable to change it. English = (be) stuck, (be) trapped.

dance, dancer

Auslan SignbankDictionary#1185 dance1a
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As a Noun: 1. A series of steps and rhythmic movements which you do in time to music. English = dance. 2. A piece of music which people can dance to. English = dance. 3. A social event where people can dance with each other. English = dance. 4. The activity of performing dances, especially as a public entertainment; a person who dances. English = dance; dancer. As a Verb or Adjective: 1. To move around in time to music. English = dance.

hungry

Auslan SignbankDictionary#463 hungry.QLD
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As a Verb or Adjective: 1. To want to eat food. English = (be) hungry.

march

Auslan SignbankDictionary#2752 march
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As a Verb or Adjective: 1. To walk with quick regular steps with your arms swaying. Soldiers often do this, especially in formation. English = march. 2. To walk somewhere with great determination or in a stiff manner.

asleep, sound asleep

Auslan SignbankDictionary#1730 sound-asleep
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As a Verb or Adjective: 1. To be sleeping deeply. Idiomatic English = (be) sound asleep, (be) dead to the world. 2. To fall asleep quickly and completely and then to sleep very deeply because you are very tired.

spit, spittle, pip, seed, spit out

Auslan SignbankDictionary#432 spit
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As a Noun: 1. An amount of the watery liquid produced in your mouth which has been forced out deliberately, either to clear your mouth or as an aggressive gesture towards someone else (showing hatred or disgust). English = spit, spittle. 2. One of the small hard seeds found in a fruit such as an apple which you often have to spit out when eating the fruit. English = pip, pips, seed, seeds. As a Verb or Adjective: 1. To force out some spittle from your mouth, either to clear your mouth or as an aggressive gesture towards someone else (showing hatred or disgust). English = spit, spit out. 2. To spit out the pips or seeds of a piece of fruit as you eat it.

sweat, perspiration, perspire

Auslan SignbankDictionary#1732 sweat
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As a Noun: 1. The salty, colourless liquid that comes out in drops on the surface of your skin when you are hot or frightened. English = sweat. Formal English = perspiration. As a Verb or Adjective: 1. Of a salty, colourless liquid, to come out in drops on the surface of your skin. English = sweat. Formal English = perspire. 2. To be nervous or stressed by a particular situation.

thirst, thirsty, desire, crave, hanker, lust, randy, horny, sexy, desirable, covet

Auslan SignbankDictionary#464 thirsty1a
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As a Noun: 1. The desire to drink something. English = thirst. As a Verb or Adjective: 1. To have the desire to drink something. English = (be) thirsty. 2. To have the desire to have sex. English = (be) randy, (be) horny. 3. To want something very much. English = thirst after, thirst for, crave, hanker after. 4. To want someone very much in a sexual way. English = desire, lust after. Idiomatic English = (be) keen on, have the hots for, lust after.

yawn

Auslan SignbankDictionary#2230 yawn
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As a Noun: 1. The act of opening your mouth wide and breathing in more air than usual. You often do this when you are tired or bored. English = yawn. As a Verb or Adjective: 1. To open your mouth wide and breath in more air than usual, often because you are tired or bored. English = yawn.

yell, call (yell), call out

Auslan SignbankDictionary#2208 yell1a
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As a Noun: 1. A loud noise made with your voice. English = yell. As a Verb or Adjective: 1. To shout out loudly, usually because you are excited, angry, or in pain. English = yell. 2. To say something, usually a name, in a loud voice because you are trying to attract someone's attention. English = call, call out.