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EMPTY: The American Sign Language (ASL) sign for "empty / available / naked / nude"

The sign for "empty" is made by placing your non-dominant hand palm down.  Put your dominant hand's middle finger on the back of your non-dominant hand. Move your dominant hand from your non-dominant hand's wrist to beyond your knuckles.






Idiom: Not my problem / not my responsibility / empty shoulders:



EMPTY can also mean AVAILABLE:


Sample sentences:


Do you have a room available?


Is the bathroom available?


Is this seat available?



EMPTY is used in many contexts:


Deserted / the place was EMPTY:


EMPTY street / street devoid of cars:


EMPTY location / spot is EMPTY / it was gone:


Gas on E / gas EMPTY:


Gas EMPTY / or nearly so (depictive):



See: DRY


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