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place

How to sign: where you live at a particular time
"deliver the package to my home"; "he doesn't have a home to go to"; "your place or mine?";

home in ASL Watch how to sign home in American Sign Language
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place in ASL Watch how to sign place in American Sign Language
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home in ASL Watch how to sign home in American Sign Language
home - SignLanguageStudent
home in ASL Watch how to sign home in American Sign Language
home - Elemental ASL Concepts
home in ASL Watch how to sign home in American Sign Language
home - ASL-Lex: A Lexical Database for ASL
place in ASL Watch how to sign place in American Sign Language
place - SignLanguageStudent
Home in ASL Watch how to sign Home in American Sign Language
Home - Linguistics Girl
Home in ASL Watch how to sign Home in American Sign Language
Home - Linguistics Girl

Similiar / Same: home

Categories: residence, abode

Within this category: home away from home

place

How to sign: a particular situation
"If you were in my place what would you do?";

shoes in ASL Watch how to sign shoes in American Sign Language
shoes - StartASL More details
shoes in ASL Watch how to sign shoes in American Sign Language
shoes - VL2 Parent Toolkit
shoes in ASL Watch how to sign shoes in American Sign Language
shoes - VL2 Parent Toolkit
shoes in ASL Watch how to sign shoes in American Sign Language
shoes - ASL-Lex: A Lexical Database for ASL
Shoes in ASL Watch how to sign Shoes in American Sign Language
Shoes - ASL-kids
shoes in ASL Watch how to sign shoes in American Sign Language
shoes - Elemental ASL Concepts
shoes in ASL Watch how to sign shoes in American Sign Language
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Shoes in ASL Watch how to sign Shoes in American Sign Language
Shoes - Linguistics Girl
shoes in ASL Watch how to sign shoes in American Sign Language
shoes - VL2 Parent Toolkit

Similiar / Same: shoes

Categories: situation, position

place

How to sign: make an investment
"Put money into bonds";

commit in ASL Watch how to sign commit in American Sign Language
commit - American Sign Language University
invest in ASL Watch how to sign invest in American Sign Language
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invest in ASL Watch how to sign invest in American Sign Language
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invest in ASL Watch how to sign invest in American Sign Language
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invest in ASL Watch how to sign invest in American Sign Language
invest - American Sign Language University

Similiar / Same: put, invest, commit

Categories: spend, expend, drop

Within this category: fund, roll over, shelter, tie up, speculate, buy into

place

How to sign: put into a certain place or abstract location
"Put your things here"; "Set the tray down"; "Set the dogs on the scent of the missing children"; "Place emphasis on a certain point";

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put - SignLanguageStudent
lay in ASL Watch how to sign lay in American Sign Language
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put in ASL Watch how to sign put in American Sign Language
put - VL2 Parent Toolkit
put in ASL Watch how to sign put in American Sign Language
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See also: erect, assemble, assemble, arrange, postpone, postpone, lay, apply, set up, set up, communicate, set up, replace, lay out, lay out, set out, set out, set up, put together, put together, land, put up, pass, unload, imprison, drop, put up, raise, set up, put back, defer, put down, defer, put down, range, frame, set back, shelve, array, rig, set back, jail, range, array, put off, put off, shelve, tack, remand, put back, prorogue, put behind bars, put down, piece, bring down, tack together, put across, hold over, prorogue, put on, disembark, set back, remit, piece, set up, rear, put over, jug, repose, discharge, hold over, incarcerate, debark, knock back, ensnare, remit, table, gaol, set back, tack, put over, lag, post, set down, put back, entrap, put away, pass on, knock back, tack together, table, immure, set down

Similiar / Same: put, set, lay, position, pose

Categories: move, displace

Within this category: insert, docket, cock, postpose, prepose, step, replace, stratify, plant, intersperse, nestle, pile, arrange, superimpose, superpose, park, ensconce, emplace, emplace, ship, underlay, trench, pigeonhole, shelve, jar, repose, stick, sign, middle, parallelize, butt, recess, reposition, throw, tee, rack up, coffin, bed, appose, set down, sow, misplace, juxtapose, set down, bottle, bucket, barrel, ground, pillow, misplace, upend, seat, lay, stand, recline, plant, install, situate, ladle, poise, lean, clap, rest, perch, load, cram, set, siphon, position, glycerolize, space, marshal, settle, throw, imbricate

place

How to sign: any area set aside for a particular purpose
"who owns this place?"; "the president was concerned about the property across from the White House";

Property in ASL Watch how to sign Property in American Sign Language
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property in ASL Watch how to sign property in American Sign Language
property - SignLanguageStudent

Similiar / Same: property

Categories: geographical area, geographic area, geographical region, geographic region

Within this category: sanctuary, center, hatchery

place

How to sign: recognize as being; establish the identity of someone or something
"She identified the man on the 'wanted' poster";

identify in ASL Watch how to sign identify in American Sign Language
identify - Elemental ASL Concepts

Similiar / Same: identify

Categories: determine, set

Within this category: distinguish

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