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END: The American Sign Language (ASL) sign for "end / complete / conclusion of"
END: The non-dominant hand stays stationary. The dominant hand moves along the top of the non-dominant hand until it reaches "the end" and falls off.
If you wanted to say, "The movie has a happy ending," you could sign, "IT MOVIE END, HAPPY."
Note: In ASL oftentimes the sign "FINISH" is to be preferred over the sign "END." For example if you wanted to express the idea, "When the movie ends, I want you to go straight to the car." You'd sign, "MOVIE FINISH, YOU GO-TO! CAR YOU."
Notes: You might want to check out the sign "WEEKEND."
Also see: RESULT
Also see: CONSEQUENCE
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