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American Sign Language: "freeze"

The sign for "freeze" shows your fingers curl up from the "freezing temperature."



Sample sentence: "Do you think it will freeze tonight?"

An interesting version on this sign is to sign "brain" plus "freeze." Which means to be in a state of mental shock. To be flabbergasted.


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