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American Sign Language: "flat"

The sign for "flat" has many interpretations depending on the rest of your sentence.

Also means: "floor," or "carpet" (in context), or even "shelf."

Use "bent hands."  The right hand moves forward, the left hand stays stationary.


[This sign also can mean "deflate."]  Use a quick motion unless you are trying to indicate that something went slowly flat.


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