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The word 'bingo' is often used to discuss a game that involves drawing letter-number combinations at random and marking off those combinations on cards. The first player to mark off a specified number of combinations in row (or a different predetermined pattern) calls 'bingo!'
The word 'bingo' can also be used to convey support for one coming to a correct conclusion. In this case, one would use a slightly modified version of the sign for 'success' or use the sign "THAT!"
Notes: Some may sign 'bingo' by tapping their nose with their index finger to mean "on the nose" or "on the money."
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