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hose, water (hose), hosing, watering (garden)

Auslan SignbankDictionary#4234 hose
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General Definition: 1. The action of holding something of small size and moving it side-to-side or up-and-down, or any action or any thing directly or indirectly associated with this, such as using a hose, or a cane. As a Noun: 1. (When used for the first time in a conversation and you want or need to be more precise, this sign is usually preceded or followed by the sign for WATER.) A long, flexible pipe made of rubber or plastic, along which water is carried. English = hose. 2. (When used for the first time in a conversation and you want or need to be more precise, this sign is usually preceded or followed by the sign for WATER or GARDEN.) The action of using a hose to spread water all over a garden or lawn. English = watering, hosing. As a Verb or Adjective: 1. (When used for the first time in a conversation and you want or need to be more precise, this sign is usually preceded or followed by the sign for WATER.) To use a hose to wash something or spread water all over it, especially a garden. English = hose. 2. (When used for the first time in a conversation and you want or need to be more precise, this sign is usually preceded or followed by the sign for WATER.) To clean a surface, such as a path, using a hose. English = hose down. 3. (When used for the first time in a conversation and you want or need to be more precise, this sign is usually preceded or followed by the sign for WATER or GARDEN.) To use a hose to spread water all over a garden or lawn. English = hose, water, water the garden.