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American Sign Language: "roommate"
ROOMMATE, "companion," or "partner."
If you do the sign "COMBINE"-(match) using a double movement it can mean changes to mean "roommate" or "companion."
Bring the hands together twice. The fingers are each bent at the two smaller knuckles.
Sentence: "Do you prefer to live alone or with a roommate?" YOU PREFER LIVE SINGLE-[alone] [bodyshift "or"] ROOMMATE-[match] WHICH?
Also see: MATCH
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