sign language

NOUN
  1. language expressed by visible hand gestures
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  • With its wedgy profile, trapezoidal front grille and abbreviated rear end, it clearly speaks the corporation's latest design language. Times, Sunday Times
  • Some sign languages are very sophisticated means of communication.
  • Promoting sign language would also help to bring the hearing and hearing - impaired worlds Chalet added.
  • Inventor Jose Hernandez-Rebollar has invented an electronic glove that transforms American Sign Language hand-gestures into readable or hearable text, to help deaf people communicate more easily with hearing folks. Boing Boing
  • Even sign languages depend on the left brain, just as do oral languages and reading.
  • Each of the flats for the deaf has been set up with a computer video link, enabling the deaf tenants to communicate in sign language with workers in the staff base.
  • So much so that one begins to wonder if one is in fact witness to an ancient Flanderian sign language, life-threatening to those who fail to grasp its flailing inflections.
  • The University of East Anglia built a signing avatar - a computer generated person who uses British sign language.
  • They communicated in sign language.
  • In fact, about a month later, they did find a tutor who was trilingual, commanding American Sign Language, English, and Spanish, who began giving classes in their homes.
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