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American Sign Language:  "electricity"


To sign "electricity," use "X" handshapes. Tap (gently) the knuckles together twice.

ELECTRICITY (or battery)



The sign for "electricity" can also be used (in context) to mean "battery" as in "I need a new hearing aid battery."

Sample sentence: What kind of battery does your hearing aid use?



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